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Marc Jacobs' Sephora Collection Is Inspired by his Tattoos

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

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A sneak peek of Marc Jacob's massive 122-piece beauty collection for Sephora has been released and it's inspired by everything from his table at home to his tattoos.

The line includes four cosmetics categories: Smart Complexion (foundations, concealer, powder); Blacquer (eyeliner, lash lifter, gel crayon), Hi-Per Color (lip products, blush, eye shadow, bronzer, and nail polish), and Boy Tested, Girl Approved (lip balm, brow tamer, and concealer). Three products are specifically billed as unisex, but, considering the source, gender bending is pretty much expected.

It will debut on August 9 exclusively at Sephora, and select Marc Jacobs stores. [Fashionista]

· After being promised shirtless "foursomes" and model-kissing with "tongues", fans everywhere were crushed by a leaked photo from Robert Pattinson's new Dior campaign, which sadly includes a solo Robert wearing a shirt and not even one tongue. Let's hope the rest of the campaign will still deliver. [Fashionista]

· Known for perfecting the manicures of Scarlett Johansson and Miley Cyrus, celebrity manicurist Jenna Hipp is launching a nail collection that you'll be able to find at Costco between the industrial sized ketchup and 100-pack toilet paper.[SheFinds]

· A New Jersey actor spent $5,000 on Botox and fillers to look like Ryan Gosling hoping it would "help him hit the big time in Hollywood as well as improve his chances with women." Spoiler: He still looks nothing like Ryan. [DailyMail]—Alyssa Carroll