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Watch: This Smizey Fake Olivia Pope Makeup Tutorial

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

If you're one of the roughly seven bajillion people obsessed with the TV show Scandal, this one's for you: comedian Franchesca Ramsey, who made the "Shit White Girls Say to Black Girls" video, has created an Olivia Pope makeup tutorial. Brace for impressive Kerry Washington smizing. [The Frisky]

Although every definition of "serum" involves the word "liquid," Lush is now offering a solid face serum called Full of Grace. They claim that the solid serum is just as easily absorbed by your skin as the liquid form, and it's full of tasty-sounding "tropical butters." [Lush]

If you ever feel guilty about spending money on beauty products, here's a really good way to combat that: if you buy a bottle of Kiehl's Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate before April 15, you'll get a code that gives you $50 for Donors Choose, an education charity that lets you fund specific projects. [Elle]

Vince Camuto's new fragrance, Fiori, was inspired by gardens. Notes include cherry blossom, iris, freesia, sandalwood, and basically every other floral note you could possibly think of. The hyper-feminine fragrance's bottle is... wait for it... pink. [WWD]

Following the success of monthly sample-size beauty product subscription services like Birchbox and GlossyBox, a new company will deliver perfume to your door every month. Olfactif will send you three glass vials of artisan fragrances every four weeks, with the chance to buy full-size editions of the ones you like best. [Glamour]