Kylie Jenner Admits to Getting Temporary Lip Fillers, and More Beauty News

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Michelle Villett
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The biggest beauty stories this week.

Kylie Jenner's Lips Aren't Natural After All

"I have temporary lip fillers, it's just an insecurity of mine and it's what I wanted to do," admits Kylie Jenner, 17, in the latest episode of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians'. Anyone surprised? {E! Online}

Lisa Eldridge is Writing a Book

Face Paint Lisa Eldridge

Makeup artist Lisa Eldridge's first book.

Makeup artist and YouTube star Lisa Eldridge is releasing her first book, "Face Paint: The Story of Makeup" on October 13, 2015. It will be a 60,000-word hardcover about the history of makeup. {Lisa Eldridge}

The Price of Nice Nails

Nail salon exploitation

Exploitation is common at nail salons across the U.S. 

Ever wonder why your manicure costs so little? There are more than 17,000 nail salons in the U.S., but the majority of workers are paid below minimum wage (or not paid at all), and are routinely exploited and abused. {The New York Times}

Perfect Nails, Poisoned Workers

Nail salon chemicals

Toxic fumes at nail salons put manicurists at risk.

There is increasing scientific evidence that the chemicals used in nail products may cause serious health problems for manicurists who are exposed to them daily—including miscarriages, cancer and lung disease. But quelle surprise, the industry doesn't want to hear about it. {The New York Times}

McDonald’s Might Start Serving Kale

McDonald's kale

McDonald's could be serving kale soon. 

A few months ago, McDonald's ran a TV spot that poked fun at kale eaters. But the fast-food chain may soon include it on the menu, in the form of a healthy "breakfast bowl" containing kale, egg whites and turkey sausage. {Time}

The Pseudoscience of Beauty Products

Beauty products psuedoscience

Skincare products: not to be trusted?

The $80 billion global skincare market is a minefield of bad science and dubious, exaggerated claims. But we already knew that, right? Too bad this writer didn't explore the products that do have good research behind them... it's not all snake oil. {The Atlantic}

Marie Antoinette Beauty is Hot in Korea

Marie Antoinette beauty trend

This K-beauty look is pastel perfection.

The latest Korean beauty fad takes inspiration from girl group Red Velvet's "dreamy, cotton-candy" look. Think: strawberry blonde hair, shimmery coral and pink makeup and dewy, glowy complexions. {Refinery 29}