Beauty Cheat Sheet: Friday, July 25
By Kelly Stoddard |
There's a lot happening in the world of beauty. Rather than try to keep up with it all, let us help. Here is what you need to know today.
1. Illegal butt injections are on the rise, BBC News reports. According to the report, "the Federal Bureau of Investigations says the numbers of cases of people posing as fake doctors to perform this kind of treatment are on the rise, especially in Florida, New York, California and Texas," and they are using items such as cooking oil, construction-grade silicone and super glue. Read more about it on BBC.com.
2. Superfood lovers watch out—there may be a kale shortage soon! According to Refinery29, "Bejo Seeds, one of the top companies that supplies seeds to farmers across the world, is running dangerously low thanks to kale's impressive resurgence over the past few years." The provider is hoping for more seeds in the fall, but it's not definite. Read the the full story here.
3. If you juice, you need to read this: A new app, Greenhopping, can help you satisfy your juicing needs with it's green juice locator. The app, which is free, works in 14 different cities to help map out every neighborhood's green juice options. Learn more on Style.com.