Beauty Buzz: Wendy Williams Debuts Wig Collection, Deborah Lippmann Polish Has A New Home & More!

TV talk show host and self-proclaimed “wigologist” Wendy Williams launched her new wig collection on EspeciallyYours.com. Standing out from other collections,Wendy’s Hair World is geared towards women of all ethnicities and includes fabulous style options for every skin tone and style preference.

The entire collection is set to drop on September 1, which will feature 56 pieces including wigs, weaves, hairpieces and accessories. Wig prices will range from $49.99-$999. If you can’t wait until next month to try out Wendy’s wigs, go over to Especially Yours and check out the first twelve styles.

Wendy Williams on her passion for hair and wigs:

“Hair is a whole world. It’s the wigs, it’s the things that you use to brush them and clean them, the products that you use – wigs and hairpieces help you find and get the hair that fits your style and personality.”

 

In other beauty news…..

Come September, Deborah Lippmann nail polish will be available in all Sephora stores. According to WWD, all Deborah Lippmann productions, nail polishes and nail treatments will be sold in Sephora’s full U.S. and Canadian locations, as well as sephora.com. To celebrate the awesome union, Lippmann has created four nail polishes, exclusively for Sephora! The colors,  99 Luftballons, Lilac Wine, Chasing Pavements and She-Bop will retail for $17. Although the polishes won’t hit stores until September, they are available on sephora.com.

Ladies, what do you think of the nail colors?

Benefit Cosmetics seriously knows how to steal a girl’s heart, the brand has created airport kiosks rightfully titled “Glam Up & Away!” Recently launched at JFK Airport, the pink vintage  bus will be available in 25 other airports including Las Vegas, Houston, Austin, Savannah and Cleveland, and it will be stocked with 30 of their best-selling products including every girl’s favorite They’re Real! mascara and The PoreFessional Primer.

 

Photos: Especially Yours,

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