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This picture is not of a fossil they found in Siberia somewhere, this is a Mandibular Matrix Implant System, which some are calling the future of facelifts for men, and some women, too. New research by physicians at the University of Rochester Medical Center indicates that significant changes in facial bones - particularly the jaw bone - occur as people age. "The angle of the jaw increases markedly ... which results in a loss of definition of the lower border of the face."  That "may lead to two-step approach to facial rejuvenation," according to the University's press release.

But holy smokes, this two-step process is not for the faint at heart.  No mere nip/tuck here, this surgery is a mega-manly demolition and reconstruction job.  Leave it to the boys to do it up big!


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You can find anything on YouTube.  You can find a guy regurgitating quarters on Britain's Got Talent.  You can find amazingly scary Doomsday 2012 clips.  You can even find videos on how to build a house.  But for people over 13, there is very little on how to apply makeup or take care of your skin. After many hours of watching mind-numbing videos, LookinGood found a couple that we can learn from.


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Skin brighteners are all rage but we couldn't figure out exactly what "bright" skin meant.  Shiny? Really white? Words like "luminous" didn't explain much except that someone has been watching too many vampire movies.  Michelle went on a search for the hope and the hype of these new skin products.  [more]


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Avon Products took a hit on Wall Street as a result of a bribery scandal involving the top four executives of the company in China.  The employees include the president, chief financial officer, a government affairs executive at its China unit, and a senior executive in New York "who was Avon's head of internal audit until the middle of last year," the Wall Street Journal reported last week.  There have been no reports of the amount of money involved or how long the investigation has been going on.  China sales of Avon represents about 6 percent of the company's $10.4 billion total revenue.


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