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'Yogalosophy' Wants To Be the New 'Yogalates'

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Welcome to Beauty Wire, where we round up the day's biggest beauty news.

Like "yogalates" and "piloxing" before it, "yogalosophy" is having a moment in the sun. Jennifer Aniston trainer Mandy Ingber explains how she used it to prep the actress for her striptease scene in We're the Millers. A mix between yoga and calisthenics, "It's yoga paired with toning exercises, so people who were bored with yoga might try it, or people that were really into yoga might get a little extra workout." [DailyMail]

· Victoria Beckham has made a career out of high-maintenance style, but she says she doesn't want daughter Harper becoming a beauty junkie. "I can't put on make-up when Harper's around, because she would join me immediately. She is a tomboy towards her brothers." [HuffingtonPost]

· Target is launching a Beauty Concierge program this July, where trained beauty experts in stores will offer "unbiased advice" on the store's mind-boggling 95,000 products. [BusinessWeek]

· Greek yogurt has perks beyond attracting John Stamos: Korres is releasing a line of greek yogurt Lip Coolers. [Style.com]

· It pays to be polite. Here's Giorgio Armani on choosing Cate Blanchett as the face of his upcoming fragrance: "I instinctively thought of her, and of the passion that can be perceived behind her impeccable manners and confident look — a seductive combination that fully respects the spirit of my new perfume." [WWD]—Alyssa Carroll