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Deborah Lippmann To Launch Sephora Nail Collection

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


Deborah Lippmann Nail Color via Beautylish

Having recently broken up with OPI, Sephora is now rebounding with a new collection of polishes from Deborah Lippmann. Lippman explains that though "a lot of people think I'm already in Sephora, since it's the place to shop for indie brands," she didn't feel the label was ready for Sephora's volume until now. "Given Sephora's reach, we wanted to prepare adequately to enter Sephora, to be able to fulfill orders properly and keep up with reorders." The four-shade collection will be available in September. [WWD]

Burberry has launched their first in-house fragrance. It's called Burberry Brit Rhythm, and is inspired by the music "in the brand's DNA." [USMagazine]

Despite rumors that the beard is on its way out of fashion, shaving companies are seeing major drops in razor sales. On a related note, sales for 'mustache colourants' are on the rise. [Businessweek]

Nicki Minaj has launched a new peach and "fluffy vanilla" fragrance called "Minajesty," and the bottle is terrifying. [BET]

And in case you've ever wondered, Vogue Australia has broken down what your nail shape says about you. Spoiler: if they're shaped like curly straws it's time for a mani. [VogueAustralia] —Alyssa Carroll