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Now you can really say your nail art was inspired by Beyonce!

Beauties, King Bey has just released four separate limited edition nail wraps with the California nail polish brand NCLA. The collection is a play off our favorite songs, outfits, and performances from her self-titled LP (wow, it’s been a year since she’s dropped that surprise on us!). The designs are super cute and fit a range of styles whether you like your nails neutral and understated or statement-making!


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Beyonce has had the nail game on lock before. Remember how we all wanted Minx nails during her “Single Ladies” era? This collaboration is with her long-time manicurist Lisa Logan, as VOGUE first reported. The sets break down like this:


“I Woke Up Like This” is a plaid hybrid of blue, green, yellow, and red, just like the shirt she wore from the underground punk rock scene of the “***Flawless” video.

“Je Ne Sais Quoi” is lifted from the disco, roller rink world of “Blow” with its geometric shapes colored in neon and bright hues.

“No Rest In The Kingdom” is a mosaic print with jewel tones and a snakeskin look (think of the Tom Ford bodysuit she wore from this year’s epic VMA performance).

“I Come With A Side Of Trouble” is black and white with the song titles from the album emblazoned in graffiti font. The name is a lyric from the seductive track “No Angel”.

NCLA’s nail wraps are like Sally Hansen’s popular Complete Salon Manicure stick-ons, and were inspired by Queen Bey’s constant evolving fashion sense. Logan explains:  “You can never peg what [Beyoncé] wants to wear or who she wants to be that day—you have to be able to switch it up.”

Shop the line at Beyonce’s website here:


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