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Watch: Beyoncé's Weave Gets Caught in Fan

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

Queen B Gets Her Crown Caught in Fan via Yahoo Music

We're used to reading stories about Beyoncé's fans getting a little too close, but during her Monday night performance of "Halo" in Montreal went a little differently when Queen Bey got her weave caught in a stage fan. All's well that ends well, though: she kept singing throughout the untangling, and ultimately owned the whole thing by Instagramming a video of the incident later that night. [The Cut]

Rad Nails has launched a collection of temporary tattoo designs for your cuticles. [SheFinds]

WhoWhatWear has ranked the best celebrity beauty lines. Selma's Sea Salt Spray and Iman's Luminuous Foundation made the cut. [WhoWhatWear]

MAC is launching a limited-edition line of "So Supreme" lipsticks and lipglosses for August featuring "Asian-inspired hues" in cool blue-reds and pinks. [BellaSugar]

Juice Generation has launched a menu of "Dynamic-Do-All Shots" that combine the power of juicing and DD creams to "make skin fabulous from inside out." [Refinery29]

Target's go-to beauty partner Sonia Kashuk is expanding past the makeup aisle, and adding new lines of bath and body products plus four new fragrances. They hit shelves in November. [WWD] —Alyssa Carroll