Jessica Simpson Spends $1 Million a Year on Her Beauty Routine

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It Costs Jessica Simpson $1 Million To Look That Good

Jessica Simpson million dollar beauty routine

This is the hair and makeup $1 million buys you.

Jessica Simpson is officially high-maintenance. (Are you surprised?) An anonymous source says her many beauty treatments include: eyelash extensions ($1,000 per week); tanning ($1,000 per week); workouts with trainer-to-the-stars Harley Pasternak ($4,500 per week); cellulite-zapping lasers ($2,000 per month); and some mysterious bust massage treatments ($50,000 per year). Oh, and she's also got a hair and makeup team on call, which sets her back $230,000 a year. Worth it? {TVNZ}

Tilda Swinton Is the New Face of NARS

Tilda Swinton NARS

The first campaign image from NARS featuring Tilda Swinton.

Way to go, NARS! The company has just announced that actress Tilda Swinton will be its face for a series of spring 2015 makeup campaigns. This is awesome on so many levels: a) she takes big beauty risks, like hitting the red carpet in a shaved head sans mascara; b) she's a well-maintained 53 years old; and c) who on earth has more confidence than Tilda Swinton? The first ad comes out in January. {Fashionista}

Intenso Indeed! Colin Farrell Smolders as the Face of Dolce & Gabbana's New Fragrance

Colin Farrell Dolce & Gabbana Intenso

Colin Farrell looking suitably intense for Intenso.

Dolce & Gabbana thinks Colin Farrell is "the perfect embodiment of male strength and sensuality." (Can't really argue with that...) Hence, the 38-year-old has been chosen to rep Intenso, a new fragrance for men, to be revealed in the coming months. {Daily Mail}

Smell Turns Up in Unexpected Places

Skin can detect smell

Our skin cells have olfactory receptors, just like our noses.

Scientists have learned that our skin has a sense of smell. In fact, more than 15 of the olfactory receptors that exist in the nose are also found in human skin cells, and exposing the skin to certain odour molecules can induce wound healing, boost metabolism and regulate blood pressure. {New York Times}

MAC Is Opening Stores Specifically For Teens and Tweens

MAC teen stores

MAC's first youth-oriented store concept in Orlando.

MAC is catering to Millennials and Gen Z with a new store format. Products are laid out on big, curved tables for shoppers to play with and try—and of course, there's a huge focus on taking selfies. So far, the format has debuted in Orlando and is one of the brand's top five stores in North America. The next one opens in December in New York City. {Racked}