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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.
Yoko Ono seems to be playing for the other team these days. No not that one. The men's one. First she created crotch pants, among other apparel items, for Opening Ceremony, and then she made a makeup tutorial for men. Get ready for rainbows, sparkles, and nonsensical verse about rainbows and sparkles. [Complex]
Rihanna's latest long term relationship with M.A.C. is already coming in handy for her tour look. Christopher del Castillo walks The Cut through the singer's concert makeup process, noting "No one rocks a red lip like Rihanna." [The Cut]
The Personal Care Products Council (PCPC) is setting its sights on streamlining global policies when it comes to product regulations. They're especially concerned about EU's banning certain fragrance allergens and the Chinese government's proposal to create a list of approved ingredients. Perhaps this means that one day the Chinese will get a chance to purchase Urban Decay. [WWD, sub req'd]
Welcome to Marni's "Fragrance World" where all you need to do is scroll and you'll learn everything you need to know about the house's first fragrance, from its notes to the campaign. One thing you won't learn? The fragrance's name. [Marni]
You're shaving wrong. Here's how. (Spoiler Alert: Save the morning shaves for later) [Allure]
Prada's new fragrance, Candy L'Eau, is pretty exciting considering it's the follow up fragrance to the popular Candy. But if you're a movie fan, the even better news is that its promotional film is directed by both Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola. Check out a teaser below. [Refinery29]