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How To Apply Fragrance Like Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen! Beauty Tip Of The Day!!

Been wondering the best way to apply a fragrance? Get tips on the matter from the Olsen twins!

Mary-Kate Olsen: “For me, it depends on the application. With a spray bottle I usually spray it out and walk through it, or I’ll spray it on me from afar. And with oils I usually tend to rub it on my wrists and then use my wrists to dab behind my ear and on my neck. That way it’s more of just a hint of fragrance.”

Ashley Olsen: “I also like if you spritz it in your hair, then to me it becomes not something that’s really applied, but it becomes something that feels a part of you.”

- The Olsen twins, on how they prefer to apply different types of fragrance.

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Tamar Braxton Thinks Julianne Hough's Blackface Costume Looks Like Her "With A Tan!"

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This Halloween has already been a crazy one in terms of costume controversy, and it's not even Halloween yet!

Julianne Hough has been drawing a crazy amount of criticism for her portrayal of OITNB's Crazy Eyes, but as far as Tamar Braxton is concerned, the whole uproar is over nothing.

Tamar talked about the blackface incident on The Big Morning Buzz, and basically thought the whole scandalous outfit was pretty much not buzz worthy:

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Jimmy Kimmel's Special Gift To Fathers

Jimmy Kimmel had a special father's day treat that made us laugh, but made a ton of fathers cry!

He issued a challenge to all kids to

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Coolest Security System EVER!

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dna spray security system developed in london

In London, they've recently developed a new, high-tech, really cool gadget called SelectaDNA, which is a canister filled with a spray that contains synthetic DNA.

Here's how it works: If a criminal attempts to break into a place that has this device, an employee can hit a panic button, which simultaneously alerts the police and shoots out a fine mist from the canister, which covers everyone in the room.

Every batch of spray in a particular canister will have a unique DNA signature, which glows blue under ultraviolet light, so police can connect burglars to the scene of a crime! How wild is that?

Here's what Andrew Knights, managing director of SelectaDNA, has to say about the product:

"It will come off within a number of hand washes, but if you run through a spray it'll accumulate on the inside of your nostrils and ears and under the fingernails; areas that are difficult to get off."

Looks like they're already using this spray in hundreds of retailers and banks throughout the U.K., Europe, and New Zealand. They're not in the U.S. as of yet, but the company is currently in talks with U.S. companies.

Pretty awesome stuff! We'll def be curious to see if these become popular in the U.S.

Would U use SelectaDNA in your house and/or business?

[Image via Selectamark.]

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