Blunt Bangs, '20s- and '30s-Inspired Makeup and Maybe the Best Hair Tool Ever

This week's best beauty reading.
Michelle Villett
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This week's best beauty reading.

Considering bangs? Blunt, straight-across ones are the way to go—not only were they on the runway at Lanvin, but they're all over the (very fashionable) Flare office. Cute staff pics! [Flare]

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this round-up of 1920s and 1930s makeup looks, complete with video how-tos from PixiWoo. It might not be anything you'd be able to leave the house wearing (other then at Halloween), but gosh is it gorgeous—particularly the Marlene Dietrich vid. [Beauty Squared]

Well, well, well—M.A.C have yanked their controversial Rodarte collection. [ChickAdvisor]

I've written about this twisty little Goody hair gadgetbefore, and meant to post again about how much I love it, but now I don't have to—you can just head over to Janine's to read about why you need it. Even with fine, straight hair like mine, it will hold your bun in place, effortlessly. No bobby pins required! [BeautyGeeks]

Coco got hitched! Check out her gorgeous makeup, hair, dress, bridesmaids, venue—everything! Congrats! [Coco&Lowe]