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Lady Gaga Is Breaking Twitter, Instagram With Her Face

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


Lady Gaga via Mashable

After taking to Twitter to handle the leak of her new "Applause" single, Lady Gaga is once again shutting down the social site along with Instagram as hundreds of fans painting their faces to replicate her album artwork look with the hashtag #ApplauseCoverSelfie. The Little Monster looks are mostly based on sheets and filters, but this should mean some amazing real world results when fans rush out on November 11 to buy the ARTPOP album. [Mashable]

From blowdry bars to skin bars, beauty is definitely on the fast track, and now you can apparently get a "five-minute nose job" through the new "liquid nose job" process, which injects dermal fillers directly into your schnoz. [TheGloss]

Remember that Armani Sí fragrance ad Cate Blanchett got paid $10 million for? Well it's here, and considering they could've gotten 20 million chicken nuggets at that price, it's basically just CBlanch in a white shirt. Guess that's worth it? [WWD]

After the first launch made more than $100 million, the third James Bond scent is launching and though people think the fragrance industry is majorly hurting, it's already expected to make over $55 million. [WWD]

If you thought they sounded too good to be true, Allure talked to three patients about the real-world results of laser skin treatments, and though one explained the process feels like "a snapping rubber band," they say they experienced everything from tighter pores to more even texture.[Allure]

But if you're skin's fine and you're in the market for a $300 blowdryer, there's been a ton of social media chatter about Harry Josh's new model, with everyone friends like Erin Wasson and Hilary Rhoda showing support.[Instagram]—Alyssa Carroll