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Plus toast perfume, and more of the top stories of the day
We all like different smells. Some of us are into the air after it rains. Or lilies. Or ... toast. Which is why the UK Federation of Bakers launched Eau De Toast, a new fragrance just in time for London Fashion Week. The scent contains notes of caramel, malt, and bread. And there's some science to why the scent works, too. The Journal of Social Psychology found that the scent of freshly baked bread makes people act nicer to one another. Isn't that weird? It's pretty weird. [Yahoo Shine]
We are really, really feeling this Shu Uemura New Generation S Curler -- for a number of reasons, one of which is because we sometimes sort of stab ourselves in the eye with regular eyelash curlers, and two: isn't it so fun to say "Shu Uemura New Generation S Curler?" [Into The Gloss]
Two up and coming trends from the spa world -- the farm-to-facial construct, where more and more spas are using fresh-picked ingredients, grown on the spa grounds for their lotions and potions. And, say leading spa authorities, more and more men are pampering themselves with treatments. Male visitors are up from 33 percent to 47 percent, according to International Spa Association. You guys are hogging all the good massage therapists! [The Times and Democrat]
Away from her adoring fans, Emma Stone sticks to mascara and eyebrow pencil and that's it. God, is she perfect or what? [Glamour]
Hey, Eiza Gonzalez, Liam Hemsworth's new lady friend, admitted she got a nose job back in 2011. Sometimes honesty really is the best policy. [Hollywood Life]
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