Weekly beauty buzz: MAC and Rodarte spark controversy with collaboration

Catch up with the beauty news from the week ending July 16 with these links.

The highly anticipated, Mexico-themed collaboration of high-fashion designers Rodarte and makeup brand MAC is off to a shaky start after first details emerged: Styleite has pointed out that the 'undeadly colored' products won't suit any other skin type but white, and The Frisky says two of the polish names, Juarez and Factory, are "tasteless:" "Juarez is an impoverished Mexican factory town notorious for the number of women between the ages of 12 and 22 who have been raped and murdered with little or no response from police." ( Styleite / The Frisky)

A new documentary called To Age or Not to Age, claiming drugs will soon extend life and slow the aging process, opens in New York this weekend. ( StyleList)

Topshop has added tools including brushes, tweezers, eyelash curlers, and pencil sharpeners, to its beauty range. Prices range from $6 to $20. ( style.com)

François Nars's bulldog, Marcel, who previously starred in the Nars ads before being replaced by Daphne Guinness, will 'answer' your beauty dilemmas via Twitter on July 22. ( Facebook)

According to new findings, the average woman changes her hairstyle more than 100 times during her lifetime. ( Daily Mail)

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