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Is Cara Delevingne Responsible For Declining Tweezer Sales?; Miley Cyrus Twerks For Terry Richardson

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Is Cara Delevingne Responsible For Declining Tweezer Sales?: Model Cara Delevingne may be the reason more women are interested in fuller eyebrows, The Daily Mail reports. Delevingne's heavy "power brows," have become one of the latest beauty trends, possibly intitiating a decline in tweezer sales.The Daily Mail reports that "[Google] searches for 21-year-old Cara Delevingne and her statement brows have increased, less and less people have been googling the term tweezers." Similarly, "searches for 'fuller eyebrows' are also on the up whilst search terms such as 'eyebrow plucking' have fallen since November 2012." [The Daily Mail]

Miley Cyrus Twerks For Terry Richardson: Photographer Terry Richardson posted a series of provocative images of Miley Cyrus to his website, Terry's Diary, yesterday. The singer, who was recently shot in couture gowns by Richardson for Harper's Bazaar, was pictured twerking and flipping off the camera in a Nike sports bra and gym shorts. [Terry's Diary]

Kim Kardashian Finally Steps Out With North: TMZ released exlusive images of Kim Kardashian's first pulic appearance since the birth of her daughter, North West. Kim is seen rocking a not-so-shocking chambray shirt, black leggings, and moccasin boots to an LA doctor's office, and is accompanied by Kanye, a nanny, and baby North. [TMZ]

New Vending Machine Dispenses Bras: Lingerie brand Wacoal unveiled a new bra-dispensing vending machine at Une NaNa Cool store in Japan. The machine -- clad with a sizing chart -- allows customers to insert money and select an item to be released immediately. Although the vending machine enhances convenience, PSFK reports unsurprisingly that women are hesitant to purchase lingerie without the ability to try it on first. [PSFK]

Vivien Leigh Exhibit to Open at V&A Museum: Hollywood icon Vivien Leigh -- best known as her role of Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind -- is the new focus of an upcoming exhibit at the V&A Museum in London this fall. The exhibit "contains intimate diaries, annotated film and theatre scripts, her awards, as well as personal letters to friends and colleagues... and even the visitors' book for Leigh and husband Laurence Olivier's Buckinghamshire home." The items were donated by Leigh's children and have never been publicly displayed. [Vogue UK]