Pretty Price Check (02.25.11)

The Pretty Price Check: Your Friday round-up of what we paid for beauty last week.

First of all, I think this video should make us all feel entirely better about whether or not princess culture/the beauty industry/Miley Cyrus/etc/etc are messing about with the self-confidence of little girls today:

Because something tells me this kid is going to be just fine. Seriously, will somebody make a mash-up video of her and Jessica “I Can Do Anything Good!” Daily Affirmation and we’ll just pass a law that says it has to air during every commercial break on the CW? Thanks. (Via Jezebel.)

Now here’s a quick price check for you:

  • 15: The age of model Hailey Clauson who walked in Diane Von Furstenberg’s show during New York Fashion Week, even though DVF has spearheaded a campaign for designers to only use models aged 16 and older. Begging the question: How do you spot the underage child laborer when they’re all so tall? (Via The Cut)
  • Here are 3 Steps to help you conquer the urge to diet (as in restrict food in unhealthy ways). Very helpful. (Via Health for the Whole Self.)
  • 100: The number of fragrances professional nose Ann Gottlieb can smell in a row without getting mixed up. That’s how she makes all those fancy perfumes like Obsession and J’Adore that nevertheless all smell exactly like awkward 8th grade dances and carcinogens to me. (Via the Wall Street Journal)

Off you go to enjoy the weekend. Remember, job first, then husband! You can do anything good! xo

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  1. Pingback: Pretty Price Check (04.29.11) | Beauty Schooled

  2. Wow, this girl is serious about this! She’s got her finger waving and everything! I personally, would be fine marrying a man even if I didn’t have a job. I plan on letting him make the money so I can afford to spend my time changing the world!

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