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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.
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Actress and former mean girl Amanda Seyfried has signed on to replace longtime Liv Tyler as the face of Givenchy beauty. Amanda, how do you feel about your new gig? "Fuck yeah. It's an honest collaboration. I'm proud to be a part of [the brands I'm involved with] because what they do is really cool, especially Givenchy—they're so artistic. And I feel like I have a foot in the fashion industry now." [WWD]
· Kate Moss doesn't just roll out of bed with that perfectly tousled hair, you know. James Brown, her stylist for more than 20 years, share all the secrets to getting the supermodel's signature bedhead look (hint: it's backcombing) and all the products you need to achieve it—which coincidentally are mostly his own. [Elle]
· Fresh off the announcements of their Rihanna collaboration, MAC is launching their new summer collection, Temperature Rising, May 23. The bronze-y line will include a mix of copper eye and lip products, Powerchrome Eye Pencils in Copper Strip and Life's Luxury, a few nude, plum and fuschia shades, and glittery Tropical and Scorching Haute Nail Lacquers. [Refinery29]
· Curious what happens behind the scenes at a Victoria's Secret commercial shoot? Spoiler alert: it's not a pizza party. Check out Erin Heatherton and new angel Karlie Kloss in this first look at their new Blush and Kiss perfume campaign. [Marie Claire UK]
· Target is launching a Beauty Box program through their Facebook page that will ship five premium samples from their favorite beauty brands to your door for only $5. Don't cancel your Birchbox subscriptions yet though—the release is only a trial run. [Target]
· Thought the correct use of clay masks were to a) scare your roommates and b) let them dry out impurities from your face? Facialist Sharon McGlinchey explains the best way to use the at-home staple without causing damage to skin is to actually never let the product dry at all. [Allure]—Alyssa Carroll