Jessica Alba's Honest Beauty Line Has Arrived, and More Beauty News

The biggest beauty stories this week.
Michelle Villett
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The biggest beauty stories this week.

Honest Beauty is Here; Hair is Next

Jessica Alba, Honest Beauty launch, 2015

Jessica Alba at the 2015 launch of Honest Beauty.

Even though she is being sued, Jessica Alba forged ahead this week with the official launch of Honest Beauty, her new beauty range by The Honest Company. There are 66 makeup products and 17 skincare products, all formulated using safe ingredients and without harsh chemicals. For now, they only ship within the U.S. Next up: Honest Hair, which will launch in 2016! {Fashionista and PopSugar}

Fat Shaming Video Sparks Backlash

Nicole Arbour

Nicole Arbour posted a video called "Dear Fat People."

By now, you've probably heard about "Dear Fat People," the fat-shaming video that comedian Nicole Arbour posted on YouTube. After going viral, it has spawned dozens of responses from people disgusted by her attitude, including Chrissy Teigen. Now, Nicole has been fired from a job. {Salon and Jezebel}

Justin Bieber is Platinum Blonde

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Justin Bieber's new bleached blonde hair.

For an appearance on 'The Today Show' this week, Justin Bieber debuted a new platinum blonde hair look, supposedly because he's superstitious and wants his new album to go platinum, too. The Beliebers aren't sure how they feel about it. Best Tweet: "JUSTIN BLEACHED HIS HAIR AGAIN WHEN I SAID I MISSED BLONDE BIEBER I DIDNT MEAN THAT I WANTED IT BACK." {Hollywood Life}

Sienna Miller Has Red Hair

Sienna Miller red hair

Sienna Miller debuted a new red hair colour at a Debenhams event in London.

Meanwhile, Sienna Miller has gone red. No word yet on whether it's for a role, or is just her version of a breakup hair change. {Celebuzz!}

Kylie Jenner's Beauty Regimen is Pretty Normal

Kylie Jenner beauty regimen

Kylie Jenner only wears heavy makeup on Instagram.

Not sure why Kylie Jenner is in The New York Times, but anyway—she spilled on her beauty regimen, and it doesn't have 50 steps, like her sister Kim's. "If I’m going to see people, I won’t wear heavy makeup," says Kylie. "It’s not attractive on me. When you see those pictures on my Instagram, they are usually for when I’m doing a photo shoot or an interview." Now we know. {The New York Times}

The Korean Government is Pushing K-Beauty

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The Korean government has more say in K-beauty than you think.

Did you know that the Korean government is heavily invested in spreading the K-beauty trend internationally? Initially, the industry was built up because of demand from Korean women, but as the domestic market became oversaturated, the government stepped in to help companies expand overseas, giving them tax breaks and incentives. K-pop stars are a big part of the marketing push, too. {The Cut}

Thighbrows: The New Thighgap?


Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner flaunt their thighbrows.

"Thighbrows"—the set of folds between the thigh and the hip—are the erogenous zone of 2015. Apparently. {ELLE}