The beauty industry is getting bloody and ballsy this Oscar season.
There's the so-called "vampire face lift," which creates a plumping, smoothing cocktail out of filler and a patient's own blood, Reuters reports.
And a salon, apparently, is stirring bull testicles into hair treatments to strengthen and repair tresses.
Then there's the infamous $250,000 black diamond mani, containing 267 carats of black diamonds per nail set.
Kelly Osbourne caught flack for being frivolous when she polished her paws with the gems during last year's Emmys. Although she retracted her claws amid the mini mani scandal, tweeting: "I see that my nail polish has offended some of you, however I see your point, but it was a once in a lifetime experience. #MyApologizes," Azature, the jewelry designer behind the diamond digits, isn't sorry.
"We're not doing anything negative whatsoever," he tells Reuters. "We're celebrating women, and what is wrong with that?"