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These are the top news stories of the week. Check it out.

Makeup Magic: Makeup artist Lisa Eldridge tells us why she decided to start making YouTube tutorials and why she doesn't do product placement. And yes, she knows her voice is unbelievably soothing. 

Baby Bangs: Want to try baby bangs? We asked celebrity hairstylist Ursula Stephens for some tips to avoid looking like Beyonce circa two weeks ago. It's a big commitment, so perhaps try longer bangs first and slowly ease into it. 

Perfect Skin: Korean dermatologist Dr. Wonwoo Choi shares tips on how to get perfect skin, including botox (yep), radiance injections and, for the faint of heart, hydration. 

Bad Girls: Miley Cyrus and Rihanna both showed up to the Amfar Gala Wednesday night wearing rather risqué looks from Tom Ford's spring 2015 collection.

Rainbow Hair Dye: With the colored-hair trend fully underway, we ranked eight rainbow hair dye brands for at-home use based on how long they last, how much they cost and how well they work. You're welcome.

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Native Advertising: Fashion brands and their favorite bloggers have been playing with native advertising for years, often with unpredictable -- and frustrating -- results. Have we reached an impasse?

Starry Sites: We found seven unexpected TV stars -- from "Pretty Little Liars," "Gossip Girl" and "Glee" -- who also have their own fashion/lifestyle blogs. Watch out, Blake Lively.

Conservative Costumes: "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin wishes the costumes on the show were a little more "out-there" and true to the time. Turns out it also makes him nervous to see fans that dress up as him.

Condé Cuts: On Wednesday, we learned that Teen Vogue let go of Senior Fashion Market Editor Mary Kate Steinmiller and Accessories Director Sheena Smith, two of the magazine's best-known faces. A source says budget cuts are to blame.

Assistant: Assistant magazine, started by two 25-year-old fashion assistants, features other fashion assistants and their role in the industry. After all, everyone at the top once started at the bottom (to paraphrase Drake).