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Miami gals have a place to stay on-trend for cool, affordables baubles under $50. Downtown denizen Bianca Milov’s online boutique features her edgy handmade creations like skull bracelets, and necklaces featuring shark teeth (a symbol of bravery) and horns (which are known to ward off danger and evil), says Milov, who adds that such celebs as Heidi Klum, Mila Kunis and Gywneth Paltrow are all on the case, and we know Paltrow needs all the help she can get in fending off dark forces. BiancaMilov.com

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Kelly Clarkson has become a style icon at the ripe old age of 31. The newlywed has been honored with her own nail polish via celebrity manicurist Deborah Lippmann. Called Stronger, for Clarkson’s power ballad, the formaldehyde-free, green-tea-infused glittery violet lacquer, $19, is in all GBS stores in time for the holidays. Clarkson, who showed off the so-called Jewel Heist mani on Instagram, said she loves the way the color “captures maximum light on stage.”

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Been noticing a few more hair follicles around? For the rest of “Movember,” men can forgo shaving to raise awareness for men’s cancers. So put down the razor and channel Tom Selleck or Ashton Kutcher, who sported a fake one on “The Ellen Degeneres Show.” Uni K Wax Centers throughout South Florida are donating 5 percent of proceeds from all men’s facial waxing treatments such as the so-called pain-free Mo (ears, nose, throat, $50) to the cause. www.movember.com

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Toby Keith fans are scooping up the country star’s “Drinks After Work Deluxe ‘ZinePak Edition” like crazy. It includes Toby’s DAW album as well as fun, unique fan memorabilia like interviews, lyrics, wildshot recipes and two custom drink coasters. At Walmart.

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Ron Roy of Wines that Rock is all over pop culture. The brand is behind Grateful Dead Wine, Rolling Stones’ Forty Licks Merlot, Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon Cabernet Sauvignon and The Police’s Synchronicity. Now for something a bit more upscale, a “no brainer,” Roy told Today.com: Downton Abbey vino. Oops, sorry, Bordeaux. But of course. www.downtonabbeywine.com

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Need something to take you from day to night this holiday season? Clarins ‘The Essentials’ Eye Palette has 10 mineral eye shadows in beige, taupe and brown shades to create eye-catching looks. Bonus: A whopping 93 percentrof the raw materials used in the mineral and plant-based formulas are of natural origin, carefully selected according to the French brand’s eco-responsible guidelines.The double-ended brush is even made of birch wood from sustainable forests, recycled aluminum and cruelty free natural pony hair. Feel good and look good is right. At counters, $45. www.clarinsusa.com

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