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Reality Show Nailed It! Will Try to Defib Nail Art

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


Just when Anna Wintour had nail art six feet under, Oxygen is trying resuscitate it...with a reality show. Called Nailed It!. That's competitive. [Vulture]

Following Target's lead, Nordstrom is stepping up it's beauty game launching a major department makeover complete with a blog, beauty stylists, and samples of almost every beauty product they carry.[Refinery29]

Though Anna Wintour seems to be ringing the death bells on the nail art phase, Vanity Projects has opened a permanent nail art atelier with nail artists creating designs inspired by famous painters including "Salvador Dali, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Piet Mondrian, Rene Magritte, Jackson Pollock" and more. [Complex]

Tea might be the next fad after juicing. The brewed beverage apparently has beauty benefits that range from from adding shine to hair to soothing sunburns to helping stinky feet. [Complex]

The professionally-coiffed Blake Lively revealed the secrets to achieving her perfect hair. They include rotating Kerastase shampoos (so "you don't oversaturate your hair with one product") to using Goldwell detangler. [MarieClaire]—Alyssa Carroll