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


Sephora Launching 200 Nail Polishes This Fall via JanieMarshallSmith

Preparing for the end of their partnership with OPI, Sephora has announced a brand-new line-up of 200 nail polishes and nail products due out this fall called Formula X. The collection will include 93 colors, plus 50 magical sounding 'effects polishes' like illusionary topcoats, jelly glitters, and shade-shifting duo-chromes. [Refinery29]

· Following in the footsteps of the European Union and Isreal, the drug controller general of India has announced that "testing cosmetics and their ingredients on animals will not be permitted in India." The decision is a win for PETA India and the 1,200 international companies—like Urban Decay and Paul Mitchell—that support them. [Racked Inbox]

· There's a new subscription service called From the Lab that's going to be mailing out indie products that aren't yet available in stores. The bad news? The products are limited supply, so you won't be able to buy them once they're gone unless they get picked up by a major beauty brand. [Fashionista]

· Nail art fanatic and tennis court dominator Serena Williams matched her neon orange bloomers to her manicure during her third round victory at Wimbledon. [NYMag]

· The male grooming industry is booming with everything from 'ball ironing' services to bronzer. The Daily Mail reports that chest waxing is on the rise, too. Thoughts? [DailyMail]

· And speaking of waxing, Sally Hansen is in a hairy situation with model Marina Asenova, who recently discovered she had been the face of the brand for seven years without her knowledge. [Jezebel]—Alyssa Carroll