Beyoncé’s nail art gives a chic upgrade to the classic French manicure

LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 14: Beyonce Knowles-Carter attends the European Premiere of ‘The Lion King’ at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on July 14, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett / Dave Benett / WireImage)

Beyoncé is an icon of eternal beauty, so maybe it’s no surprise that her latest manicure is about to kick off a new trend. The singer posted several Instagram shots of herself and her husband Jay Z, Beyoncé opting for a sparkling silver logo blazer from Balenciaga’s Hacker Project collection.

To match her super shiny look, the star chose to reinvent the classic French manicure with a silver polish. With thick painted metal bands in place of the traditional white tips, the base of the nail was left bare, but with a few intricate details added.

On each nail was a different, delicately painted shape from a triangle to a square and a few neatly aligned dots. It offers an easy way to experiment with metals and nail art, without straying too far from kitsch territory.

While things have been relatively calm since Camp Beyoncé over the past few months, she seemed to indicate in a recent rare interview that she might simply turn her massive influence in the beauty and wellness space into a business. – although she hasn’t really revealed what it might look like.

“I discovered CBD on my last tour and experienced its pain and inflammation benefits,” she said. “I have found healing properties in honey which are beneficial for me and my children. One of my most satisfying moments as a mom is when I found out [daughter] One day, Blue soaked herself in the tub with her eyes closed, using mixtures I created and taking the time for herself to decompress and be at peace.

While it might sound vague, Beyoncé added, “I have so much to share… and there is more to come soon!”

A Queen Bey wellness company, maybe? We cannot wait.

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