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And Now the Man Version of That Dove Beauty Video

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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.

Remember that Dove Real Beauty campaign from, like, two days ago? It has already been parodied in a video called "How Men See Themselves." One highlight: "I have a balanced face, almost like a white Denzel Washington." [Mashable]

British beauty brand Molton Brown recently went through its archives and found some test shots of a young Kate Moss modeling some of their hair looks. She was not paid for the work and didn't have an agent at the time. [Vogue UK]

Here's a first look at Tom Ford's summer 2013 beauty collection. The theme is illumination and summer sunlight, and products include cream eyeshadows, cheek bronzer sticks, and rose gold "lip lacquer." [Elle]

Her clothing collection is at Target now, but megastylist Kate Young also loves her beauty products. Among her favorites: Rodin face oil, Aesop mouthwash, Kérastase hair products, and the spa at New York's Greenwich hotel. [Beauty Counter]

Does super hottie Sam Palladio, who plays Gunnar on Nashville, look familiar to you? Fashion Foie Gras did some sleuthing and figured out that Palladio is also the guy in a VO5 commercial for their Extreme Styling product. Well, it's always a good idea in Hollywood to hedge your bets. [FFG]