Beyoncé’s $800+ manicure
The singer rocks metal nails.
Running nearly $87 per fingernail, Beyoncé is rocking one seriously expensive manicure.
The singer is upping the ante with her attention-getting gold talons, which she wears in this video for her Mrs. Carter Show world tour promo.
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According to the Daily Mail, each of Beyonce’s individual nails costs nearly $87 (yes, $87 per nail), which means a full set of them costs close to $900. The nails, designed by makeup artist and jewelry designer duo H&H nails, come from a line of 2D and 3D metal designs that play off of the two designers’ experience with theatrical makeup and metal production. And B isn’t the only celeb to discover these unique designs—Rihanna and others have also been seen in these nails (bolder versions from the line include nails with 3D ants on them and even spiderwebs).
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Photo: Video still from ‘BEYONCÉ - O2 Priority TV ad ‘(o2ukofficial via YouTube, http://aka.ms/BeyonceNails)
At any rate, I'm totally over Beyonce - IMO, she's so 2007. Why are we even discussing this, lol?!?
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