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I'm having a bit of "awareness day" fatigue, but national Don't Fry Day (today!) is one that I can get behind (though I cannot forgive that pun). So in the effort to help avoid accidental burns, here are some surprising sun truths you should keep in mind. Now, here's hoping that the weather finally gets nice enough that you're actually risking a sun burn when you go outside...
Excuse us while we copy every detail of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's AmfAR look. The model's shiny, undone waves, soft smoky eyes, and crisp all-white ensemble is exactly how we want to show up to every summer party. [Refinery29]
Speaking of AmfAR, Leonardo DiCaprio auctioned off the seat next to him on a Virgin Galactic space flight for $1.5 million. But here's the real question: aisle or window? [Jezebel]
One men's underwear line—determined to break down the stereotype of beefy underwear models—is enforcing a strict no stuffing, no crotch shot, no chiseled abs policy. Sorry for the Friday buzzkill. [New York Times]
We're not sure why, but we find ourselves studiously monitoring every slight change in Lauren Conrad's hair (beachy waves, messy beachy waves, beachy waves with rainbow tips). So imagine our shock when she posted a picture with BANGS. The subtle Bardot fringe—which is rumored to, in fact, be real—is a cute, stylish change for the star. Just maybe give us, like, two weeks notice next time, LC. [US Weekly]
There are certain environmental scents that I can instantly recall. For example, the foggy forest scent of the E.T. ride at Universal Studios (don't judge! I love it!), the sugary smell of the Hershey’s Store in Times Square, and the olfactory overload of Abercrombie & Fitch anywhere. Until yesterday, I thought these scents were a byproduct of perfume spritzes, candy back stock, and, um, foggy smoke (?). Oh, how naive I was. Turns out, electronic scent diffusers are responsible.