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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.
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Tracy Anderson—the trainer responsible for Jennifer Lopez and Gwyneth Paltrow's toned asses—has come out as a juice-fast nay-sayer. Anderson says juice cleanses are an "unfortunate trend," and, "if you're going to drink that many calories, you might as well eat anyway." So for example, you could eat her new nationwide food program, with day plans starting around $45. [Allure]
· Ke$ha sent ripples of panic through the glitter industry working an almost unrecognizable natural beauty look at last night's Billboard Music Awards. Of course, her buttcheeks were essentially on display, so there's that. [HollywoodLife]
· Photographer and America's Next Top Model judge Nigel Barker is planning to launch two makeup lines with his wife Cristen in 2014. The first line, Beauty Equation, will be a vitamin-infused "prestige" collection followed by the mass-market BE Cosmetics, targeted at younger women.
· Joining the double-letter ranks, Kiehl's is releasing a new correcting and beautifying BB cream after two years of development. Available June 1, the product will come in four shades and will include a summer-friendly SPF 50 protection. [Racked Inbox]
· Nioxin has revamped their entire collection of styling products, giving them a lighter texture to allow for more mixing and matching across the lines. The hairsprays and Bodifying foam are available now and the rest will be on shelves this June.
[Refinery29] —Alyssa Carroll