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VMAs Beauty Thesis: Celebs Still Trying to Make Grills Happen

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

Katy Perry. Image via CTV

Though the world let out a collective "WTF, lady" at the sight of Madonna's recent dental decoration, the accessory of this year's VMAs was the grill. With Rihanna sporting a gold cross between her two front teeth and Katy Perry going with colored diamond dentures in support of her new single, it seems like that bedazzling your two front teeth is really gunning for a mainstream crossover. [Us]

Because drinking coffee has all that work involved, caffeinated perfumes are hitting the market in October and they're promising day-long energy without "jitters or taste." [HuffingtonPost]

But if spritz-on anxiety isn't your thing, try finding a signature scent since a new study found that 72 percent of women have a "signature scent" and that even more of them think the scent makes them memorable. [Refinery29]

Chantecaille is getting in the giving mood, with a new "Wild Horses" Eye Palette, that is benefitting the Humane Society to protect the steeds the collection is named for. [RackedInbox]

And looks like that whole 'bitchy resting face'thing is still a concern, but doctors in South Korea and now offering the "smile lipt," which can turn patient's mouth's into a "permanent smile."[Allure]—Alyssa Carroll