Are you a woman who is thinking about becoming a parent? Are you marginally famous? Congratulations, because ClearBlue will pay you to tweet a picture of your positive pregnancy test declaring that you are with child to the world.
A new film about the prejudice of colorism has backing from an unusual source: the cosmetics and personal-care products giant Procter & Gamble. Why is that unusual? Because Procter & Gamble, when it's not backing films that aim to inspire audiences with the message that black skin is beautiful, sells skin-lightening…
A new study has found that makeup doesn't just help you look pretty — it also makes people think you're more trustworthy and competent. That may be good news for makeup companies — one of whom sponsored the study.
Procter & Gamble says its website BeingGirl is meant to give young women important advice about puberty and their bodies. But some groups say it's actually a ruse to sell products.
- Kanye West and Amber Rose hit up the American Apparel in NoHo for hoodies and sunglasses. "He was really nice about getting his photo taken for our blog," said the store manager. Doesn't he look it! [AmApp]
Max Factor cosmetics will begin disappearing from U.S. store shelves in early 2010, reports the Wall Street Journal. A sad end for an American "pioneer" of makeup.
Procter & Gamble, the company that PETA and Earth Crisis audience members love to hate, has recently issued a 66-page legal letter to British sex toy company Love Honey, demanding that Love Honey stop incorporating Braun and Oral B electric toothbrushes into its products, such as the Brush Bunny Electric Toothbrush…