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Schick Asks Women to 'Pin' Their Pubic Hair

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

Razor brand Schick is declaring an end to wooly winter by launching what they're calling a Prune for June campaign on Pinterest, whereby women are encouraged to create mood boards based on their pubic-hair style of choice. The site still has a serious anti-crotch-shot policy (for the time being, at least), so the directions are to "just pick a topiary theme and create your own summer-inspired Pinterest board." Suggestions range from the bare "flash" to the five-pointed "stargazer." [TheCut]

· Remy natural hair extensions are reportedly going for thousands of dollars on the black market. Apparently, people are selling them like DVDs "online or out of the trunk of their cars." [CNNMoney]

· Already a spokesperson for Revlon, Olivia Wilde is tacking Avon to her beauty resume as the face of the brand's new fragrance Amour. The scent will have a bridal theme that conveniently fits Wilde's upcoming nuptials. [MarieClaireUK]

· Celeb hairstylist Luigi Murenu on scheduling Kate Moss: It's like "trying to schedule the Pope." [Refinery29]

· Fleet Foxes member Father John Misty is collaborating with Sanae Intoxicants on a fragrance called "Innocence." and will contain notes of orange, jasmine, and boozy influenced mimosa absolute and bourbon vanilla. You can already hear the hipsters chanting "sell out." [Pitchfork]——Alyssa Carroll