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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.
Months after three Zoya polishes appeared backstage at Peter Som's runway show, the colors are finally available for purchase. The three shades—a minty green, an opaque nude, and a "creamsicle" orange—were created especially to pair with Som's pieces and with each other. The orange color has already sold out, so don't wait if you want one of these bottles. [SheFinds]
So, you just figured out what BB and CC creams are. Too bad they're already old news now that Julep (they're the ones who make those tall skinny nail polishes named after actresses) has released a DD cream. The DD stands for "Dynamic Do-all," and purports to, well, do all. [Refinery29]
Georgia May Jagger is fronting the new Cavalli perfume, but she has plenty of other beauty favorites, including Rodin face oil and Simple skin wipes. She also just bought Cara Delenvigne some Bee Yummy body cream on a trip to the US. [Grazia]
Textured nails are still very much a thing. British brand Nails Inc, who previously brought us leather, snakeskin, and magnetic topcoats, are now upping the ante with denim nails. The product hasn't even launched yet and already has a ridic waiting list. [Cosmo]
Natural beauty brand Yes To Carrots is branching out from skincare to makeup with (what else?) a CC cream. The cream comes in two shades, which they swear work for any ethnicity, and is part of their new correction-focused Yes To Grapefruit sub-line. [Racked Inbox]