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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.
Loving the manicure that Beyonce is sporting in her new Pepsi commercial? Good news: unlike a lot of her custom looks, this one is totally attainable. It's a set of nail wraps from NCLA x Melody Ehsani that cost just $16. [InStyle]
Marc Jacobs' Dot perfume is getting a buzzy little makeover just in time for summer. The polka-dotted bottle has gone from red to yellow and is now called Honey. The scent has notes of fruit punch, vanilla, mandarin, and (of course) honey. It arrives in August, just before Jacobs' collab with Sephora hits. [WWD]
The ever-thrilling (and quotable) Courtney Love was featured on Into The Gloss sharing her favorite products. They include Tom Ford lip gloss, Illamasqua makeup, Organic Avenue chlorophyll shots, and a Korean face mask that she gets more of by tweeting at the company for freebies. [ITG]
Chantecaille's new eyeshadow palette is shark-themed and heavy on the wearable grays. Five percent of proceeds will go toward the Bloom Foundation, a group that is trying to ban hotels in Hong Kong from serving sharkfin soup. Furthermore, the palette will help you live every week like it's Shark Week. [Vanity Fair]
Lauren Bush Lauren's Target collab comes out on June 30. But that isn't all she's up to this season. She also teamed up with Clarins again to create a six-piece set of skincare products that will be available at Macy's. The goodies, which include a foaming cleanser, a toner, and a day cream, will come in a Feed-branded makeup bag. It's only available as a gift with purchase from April 10 to 20, so get on it. [People]