Kim Kardashian doesn't mind spending big bucks to look her best. She outlined her makeup and skincare routine for Into the Gloss, and when ET Online put a pencil to it, they figured the products she uses (such as a $455 Guerlain face cream) add up to around $2,000. As for her hair, she washes it only every five days and follows a plan for what style looks best on each of the days between washings (flat-iron on day three, ponytail on day four). [ET Online]
In other fashion and style news:
Giuliana Rancic apologized on the air Tuesday for a remark she made about Zendaya's Oscars dreadlocks. Rancic had said Monday on "Fashion Police" that the style made her feel the singer "smells like patchouli oil or weed. Maybe weed." Zendaya called the comment out as racist. After her "Fashion Police" co-host Kelly Osbourne threatened to quit the show over the brouhaha, Rancic said she didn't mean to hurt anyone or to be offensive. Wait a minute. Isn't that what "Fashion Police" is all about? [Los Angeles Times]
Rock 'n' roll photographer Bob Gruen has been shooting pictures of artist Yoko Ono for 40 years. Now he has gathered them in a book, "See Hear Yoko," which he likens to a family album with its hundreds of photos of Ono with her late husband John Lennon and their son Sean. [The Cut]
The Price is Right is getting fashionable. Each day next week, model Rachel Reynolds is set to wear a different designer's fashion, including clothing from Sue Wong, Colton Dane, Julian Chang, JM Couture and Reem Acra, the venerable CBS game show hosted by Drew Carey said in a news release Tuesday.