Kylie Jenner's Beauty Website is Here, and More Beauty News

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The biggest beauty stories this week.

TheKylieJenner.com is Live

Kylie Jenner beauty website and app

Kylie Jenner's beauty site is finally up and running.

Kylie Jenner just launched TheKylieJenner.com, along with a corresponding app that is already number one in the iTunes store. "I have spent so much time trying to make this the dopest place for you guys to come to see makeup tutorials," she says. But there's a catch: you have to subscribe for $2.99/month to access some of the content. {Refinery29 and Harper's Bazaar}

The Brant Brothers Have a MAC Collection

Harry and Peter Brant MAC collection

Brothers Harry and Peter Brant curated a mini MAC collection.

Harry and Peter Brant, the socialite sons of ex-model Stephanie Seymour and Peter Brant I, have curated a MAC makeup collection. It includes their three favourite products: a brow finisher, a cream base and a concealer palette. {Fashionista}

MAC's Next Collab is With Charlotte Olympia

MAC Charlotte Olympia

MAC's Charlotte Olympia collection will arrive in spring 2016.

In other MAC news, the brand just announced that its next collaboration will be with designer Charlotte Olympia, known for a quirky, Hollywood pin-up girl aesthetic. Expect to see the range out in spring 2016. {The Hollywood Reporter}

& Other Stories' Beauty Range Is Now In the U.S.

And Other Stories CC Quad

Now you don't have to go overseas to get & Other Stories makeup.

The cult favourite beauty line from & Other Stories, H&M's higher-priced sister brand, is finally available in the U.S. at their flagship store in New York's SoHo neighburhood. {The Gloss}

Antibacterial Soaps Don't Really Work

Antibacterial soaps

Antibacterial soaps are no better than the regular kind.

A new study has found that antibacterial soaps with the active ingredient triclosan are not any more effective at killing germs than regular soap. Researchers tested them against 20 strains of bacteria, but plain soap performed just as well. {The Cut}

Hand-Pressed Colour May Be the New Balayage

Hand pressed colouring

Hand-pressed colouring is the latest hair-painting technique.

Colourists are taking the same techniques involved in screen printing, and using them to achieve natural-looking hair colour, similar to balayage. Dubbed "hand-pressed colouring," it involves swirling colours and patterns on a sheet of plexiglass before pressing the hair in to saturate it. {Byrdie}

Plastic Surgery Stigma May Be Vanishing

Iggy Azalea, Billboard Music Awards 2015

Are celebs like Iggy Azalea mainstreaming plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery is becoming "normalized," thanks to celebrities who are making it seem like procedures are no big deal. "Kids [are] stating that they see it as a way to solve the 'problem' of their appearance," says Jennifer Berger of About Face. Yep, I've been saying this for a while now with the Before & Afters... {Yahoo! Beauty}