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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.
The neon trend in makeup is still going strong, but Stila just kicked it up a notch with their new line of glow-in-the-dark lipsticks. The Afterglow collection features lipsticks that glow under a black light and have names like Vivid Violet, Electric Pink, and Tangerine Dream. In case you don't have any raves planned in the near future, you can also wear the lipsticks during normal daylight hours. [SheFinds]
After thirty years of giving out sashes, Hawaiian Tropic will end its bikini model beauty pageants, which were held in the US and Australia. The company is switching gears and will hold a Facebook contest to choose its new spokesmodel, but they'll be focusing on someone who is beautiful "from the neck up." [NYT]
Bumble & Bumble's beloved Surf Spray is finally getting a spinoff. The brand is launching a Surf Spray shampoo and conditioner set. The products will drop in stores and online in early May, which means you can stock up for the entire summer. [Refinery29]
Heiress and socialite Tamara Ecclestone, who is basically the British version of Paris Hilton, is launching her own line of luxe (read: expensive) hair care products called SHOW. The signature product is a "hair fragrance" that costs about $100. [Daily Mail]
Chanel is making its first-ever volumizing mascara, which will come in black, blue, and dark purple. In case you didn't think that was glam enough for the brand, it will only be available at a special Chanel vending machine at Selfridge's department store in London. No word on whether it'll be available to the masses afterward. [Vogue UK]