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Gabby Douglas Goes to Ted Gibson, the Return of Caboodles and More From Around the Web

Effective August 30, eBay users will not be allowed to sell or purchase magical spells or potions. Sorry Harry Potter, you'll have to stick to Diagon Alley. [Mashable]

The debut collection for Skaist Taylor—a new line from the ladies who launched Juicy Couture—has landed in stores. Described as "effortless, wearable and indulgent," the clothes incorporate lots a lot of fur and are priced from $295 to $2,150. [Racked]

Here's a picture of Gwyneth Paltrow without makeup. Surprise, surprise—she still looks amazing. [E!]

Fifty super scandalous dresses that people still gossip about today. [The Cut]

Caboodles is celebrating its 25 anniversary next month by releasing a 1,000 piece limited edition run of its very first model. [Beauty Counter]

To prep for her post-Olympic interviews, Gabby Douglas looks to stylist Ted Gibson to dress her hair. [The Daily Beast]

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