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One Direction Launches Fragrance 'For the Fans'

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

One Direction's 'Our Moment' Fragrance via OneDirection

Following news of their new neon nail polish line, the One Direction boys are delving deeper into beauty, launching their new Our Moment fragrance. "Inspired by and dedicated to their fans," the pink grapefruit spritz is packaged with "soulful, dapper" (read: black and white) pics of the guys. [The Cut]

· Is the world ready for the first ever nail art festival? Too bad, it's happening anyway. This July, a marketplace full of nail techs, artists, and celebrity nail stylists will converge on London. Gird your Pinterest boards. [Glamour

· Revlon is collaborating with fancy-dress lable Marchesa-inspired beauty goods, including nail polish, lip and eye products, beauty tools and a series of "3-D Jewel Appliqués" this October. [WWD]

· Because why not, OPI is launching a series of six smartphone cases in their most popular shades. Colors include Big Apple Red and I'm Not Really a Waitress. [BellaSugar]

· The parent company behind Gillette and Venus razors surveyed 1,000 women in the UK on what body part they most want to be complimented on. The top pick? Legs. [HuffingtonPost]]–—Alyssa Carroll