Beauty bits to keep you in the know:
Kylie Jenner is launching her own hair extension line. The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star took to picture-sharing site Instagram to announce the partnership with Bellami Hair.
She wrote: "Kylie Hair Kouture coming soon...sooo excited follow @bellamihair for more details!"
Along with the news, the raven-haired beauty shared a sultry black and white photo of her modelling the clip-in pieces and showing off her toned tummy in sleeveless black cropped top.
Kylie - who had sported a short black bob until early September - hasn't been shy about showing off her new locks on social media.
The reality TV star also shared a close-up of her new waist-length hair, captioning the image: "When your weave blows in the wind."
Kylie isn't the first member of her famous family - which includes Kendall Jenner, Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Rob Kardashian - to launch her own clothing line.
Kim, Kourtney and Khloe have several apparel, shoe and makeup lines together, including their clothing boutique Dash, while Rob previously launched his own line of socks.
Alexa Chung has revealed that Carrie Bradshaw inspired her beauty regime.
The television presenter turned It girl was influenced by the original fashionista - played by Sarah Jessica Parker - who is known for her eccentric looks on the hit HBO show 'Sex and the City'.
Alexa confessed she only began taking care of her body after watching an episode of the show in which Carrie applied copious amounts of body lotion.
Talking to InStyle magazine, she said: "I never used to moisturize my body until I saw Carrie Bradshaw do it on Sex and the City. Kiehl's Creme de Corps feels lovely."
The 30-year-old star also revealed that she worries about her face's moisture levels and steers clear of powder-based cosmetics as a result.
She shared: "I don't like powder blush because I'm paranoid that if you rub powder into your face, it'll get drier and drier. Stila's cream blush has a subtle sheer texture."
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