Beauty Roundup: Chia Seed Recall, Yahoo's Beauty Site, and Torching Your Split Ends

Because we love you, we're rounding up the best beauty links from around the Internet to keep you informed on all things beautiful.
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Because we love you, we're rounding up the best beauty links from around the Internet to keep you informed on all things beautiful.

· Put down the chia seed powder and run for your lives! No, really. Throw out any chia seed products you have if they're on this list, because they’ve been recalled due to a multistate salmonella outbreak. [YouBeauty]

· Dermatologists, facialists, and herbalists spill their secrets for getting great skin even in summer's nastiness. A few fun tips: store eye creams and toners in the fridge to decrease heat-caused eyelid and skin puffiness, and eat your P foods--pineapples, papayas, pumpkins--because they contain natural enzymes that reduce swelling and inflammation. [Style.com]

· Bobbi Brown is the editor-in-chief of the new Yahoo Beauty site that launched this week. To kick things off, she discussed why she’s obsessed with fiber. [Yahoo Beauty]

· A celebrity podiatrist says we should be caring for our feet like we do our face. Show of hands if you're doing that. [HuffPost]

· Would you let someone burn off your split ends? What if it gave you hair like Gisele Bündchen and Alessandra Ambrosio? Just promise us you won't try this at-home; the treatment (called velaterapia) requires a trip to Brazil. [Fashionista]

· Legendary editorial hairstylist Christiaan Houtenbos (and his team) cut more than 100 heads (for free!) in New York’s Madison Square Park on Saturday. Click if you're looking for some summer haircut inspiration. [Vogue]

· We know you’ve got some tricks for obtaining the perfect lashes--how many of these 26 "hacks" are new to you? [Marie Claire]