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Kristen Stewart Gets Cornrows for Chanel, Kiehl’s Debuts Nail Polish, And More Beauty News

Kristen Stewart Gets Cornrows for Chanel, Kiehl’s Debuts Nail Polish, And More Beauty News

Lauren Conrad’s ‘60s-inpsired Allure shoot, Zoe Saldaa scores a L'Oreal contract, Jon Snow talks hair, and more of the beauty news you missed this week.

Kit Harington—a.k.a. the actor that plays Jon Snow—is sick of talking about how he gets his hair to look “medieval” for Game of Thrones, but in case you were wondering, there’s very little shampoo involved. {GQ}

The first images from Kristen Stewart’s campaign for Chanel’s Paris-Dallas collection have been released. We’ll sum them up in two words: cornrows and toothpicks. {Fashionista}

Lauren Conrad covers Allure’s April issue in a ‘60s-inspired shoot—specifically, Catherine Deneuve’s big hair and dramatic cat eyes from Belle de Jour. {Allure}

Now that you have your Coachella survival kit put together, it’s time to address the nail art you’ll be rocking at the festival. Take some inspiration from these Instagram gurus. {BellaSugar}

L'Oreal Paris' newest face is Zoe Saldana! We can't wait to see what they come up with.  {Stylelist}

You might be familiar with Etsy as the perfect destination for unique gifts, but the site is also full of handmade cosmetics, many of which are organic or vegan. {New York Times}

Model Liberty Ross has been on the fashion scene for 20 years, ever since she was discovered by iconic photographer Mario Testino on a London street. She’s breaking down her model-off-duty beauty routine for Into the Gloss. {Into the Gloss}

Kiehl’s first nail polish, a glossy black available in July, is a tribute to the company’s annual LifeRide motorcycle trip, which the company established to raise HIV awareness. {WWD}

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