For the Oscars, manicurist Tom Bachik painted the initials of Anne’s grandmothers on her ring fingers as a good luck charm (not that she needed one!). He used a pale pink called The Palace Lift from L’Oreal Paris’ Versailles Romance Colour Riche Nail Collection as the base shade.
At the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards, manicurist Tracey Sutter mixed dark green Essie Stylenomics with Imported Bubbly ($8 each, essie.com), a pale iridescent pink, to create this super shiny jade that complemented Naomi’s emerald ring.
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At the SAG Awards, manicurist Tom Bachik started with two coats of L’Oreal Paris Colour Riche Nail in I Will! ($5.99, lorealparisusa.com) and then painted perfectly detailed butterflies. (We’d suggest stencils if you’re daring enough to try this yourself!)
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For the Grammy Awards, manicurist Deborah Lippmann created this custom confetti-like shade for Kelly Clarkson. Launching later this year as part of Deborah’s eponymous polish line, the shade will be named by Kelly and her fans. We can’t wait for try it!
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For Janelle’s Grammys manicure, Tracey Sutter started with CoverGirl Outlast Nail Gloss in Forever Festive ($4.99, covergirl.com). Then she created a statement nail with CoverGirl Outlast Nail Gloss in Black Diamond ($4.99) with gold metals on the top, and used Outlast Nail Gloss in Snow Storm to create small circle designs.
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