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Lauren Conrad Cut Off Her Hair, and the World Kept Spinning

Plus the evolution of Manic Panic, the best makeup bags for breakups (for real!) and more of the top stories of the day

• Lauren Conrad cut off some of her lustrous hair and somehow the world kept spinning. How, we aren't sure, but it did. [Bellasugar]

• It is literally impossible for us to think about being at the beach right now because we live in a place where there are actually still snow flurries happening in March, but supposedly the new trend among celebrity beach-goers is full-coverage tankinis. Anne Hathaway was spotted wearing a UPF top to protect against UV rays whilst frolicking in the sun in Miami, so good for her. [Glamour]

• Snoop Dogg defended his right to a boss ass manicure after fellow rapper 50 Cent busted on him for his French Tips. "Pimpin. That's what it is spooned n groomed dipped n whipped suited n booted gooted n looted," he wrote. "Real playas keep they nails fly fresh n dipped at the tip. I does what I does cuZ but but please believe me." We could not have said it better ourselves. [Styleite]

• Manic Panic, favorite all natural hair dye of every mall punk everywhere, is introducing a line of lipsticks. They are in predictably insane shades like purple, dark blue, and black. Our 13-year-old selves want them bad. [Beauty High]

• You've gone through a break up, but you certainly don't want to make matters worse by losing your makeup. Get these cute and slogan-ified makeup cases (our fave: "I would cry, but my mascara is designer") and save yourself the trouble. [Glamour]


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