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The 5 Best Fashion Stories of the Week: Pasta-Related Beauty Tip and The Best Worst Foot Peel (ewwww)

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Lots of breaking fashion news hits the interwebs and I don't want you to miss one bit of it. So, I present some of the biggest headlines each week for your reading pleasure.

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Pasta Fork Related Beauty Hack via Fashionista

Beauty pros all have their time tested tips and tricks. Most gurus will never share their secrets, but once in a while a few pearls are dropped, like this gem from Oscar Blandi. Ariel and her dinglehopper weren't that off base.

Finally a Cool Temp Tattoo via Into the Gloss

If you have ever wanted a tattoo for summer but was afraid of the pain or afraid of losing your job, this may be the item for you. Temporary body art by Flash Tattoos are one part jewelry and one part tattoo.

Headphone Friendly Hoodie via Business Insider

An audio engineer Nic Pope may have solved one of life's most vexing issues just in time for fall. Behold a hoodie sweatshirt designed to be worn with headphones. Music comes through clearly and head stays warm. Don't you love science.

Foot Peel That Make You Go Ewwww via Refinery29

The grossest foot peel you will see today and order tomorrow. Baby Foot chemical peel is described as "the grown-up version of pulling dried Elmer's Glue off your hands." Pics for your viewing pleasure included.

Fabric that Reacts to Wind via i09 Remember Hypercolor T-shirts? This technology blows them away...see what I did there.

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