Chic Clicks: Tyra Banks on Being 'Flawsome,' Wendy Williams Gets a Makeunder

05/17/2012 at 02:00 PM ET

Tyra Banks
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Tyra Banks writes an open letter to models, encouraging women not to succumb to body image pressures [The Cut]

–Talk show hostess Wendy Williams gets a gorgeous makeunder. How you doin’? []

–Could a certain L’Oréal product contain flammable ingredients? A lawsuit says yes [Huffington Post]

–Actress Leelee Sobieski dishes on her favorite beauty products and fashion buys [New York Times]

–The Skechers Shape-Up shoe lawsuit is settled … for $40 million [Racked]

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Celebs , Shoes , Tyra Banks
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