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Oprah Wears Gigantic Afro Wig, Owns Internet

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


Oprah on the cover of O Magazine via GumBumper

As is her way, Oprah totally owned the Internet yesterday when she Instagrammed a picture of the upcoming O Magazine September issue. Here she is, in an enormous 3.5 pound afro wig, promising to teach readers how-to "grow it, blow it, and "awesomely 'fro it,." Afros in general are having a moment in both the retail and celebrity spheres. Now if only she'd hide a wig like that under each of our seats. [Oprah/Twitter]

Rachel McAdam's lookalike sister Kayleen has been named the new global make-up artist for CK One, where she'll be advising the launch of new products with brand ambassador Jessie Ware. [VogueUK]

Revlon has purchased the Colomer Group in "an all-cash transaction for $660 million"–meaning they now own brands like American Crew and CND nailcare–and probably a lot of suitcases. [WWD]

Scientists are working on a new kind of anti-aging broccoli. They suggest eating three servings a week to look younger. [TheGloss ]

And since it's become almost impossible to keep up with the amount of double letter skincare creams out there right now, Marie Claire has broken down the product differences from BB to DD. [MarieClaire] —Alyssa Carroll