2013 Nail Polish Red Carpet Manicure Trends & Ideas: Diamond And Ruby Photo Review
Red Carpet Manicure was at the official AMA Artist Lounge this weekend with two exclusive gem polishes (a diamond filled polish and ruby filled polish) offering celebs the ultimate chance to be glamorous and giving! Celebrity manicurists Michelle Saunders and Kimmie Kyees were on site and for each full gem manicure, Red Carpet Manicure pledged to donate $1,000 to the American Red Cross as a part of their ManiCare program.
Cyndi Lauper (pictured above) was loving Red Carpet Manicure and as a New York native, was thrilled to get a full gem manicure. She spiced up her manicure with two ruby “Your Fortune Awaits” nails, two diamond “Set In Stone” nails and a 24-karat gold “Amor 24″ on her thumb.
Red carpet hosts Adrianna Costa of Extra went for a full ruby “Your Fortune Awaits” manicure, while Megan Turney, SourceFed host, chose the diamond “Set In Stone” polish.
Eden Sher of ABC‘s The Middle also chose the diamond filled polish “Set In Stone,” but added a pink accent nail “Paparazzi.”
Backstreet Boys Brian Littrell and Howie Dorough, along with Sean Kingston stopped by to get gift bags for the women in their lives.
Lance Bass, Ted Striker of KROQ Los Angeles and music artist, Romeo, each got one nail done in the diamond filled “Set In Stone” polish.
Tristan Wilds of the TV show 90201, also a New York native, went bold with a full diamond “Set In Stone” manicure, saying “This is for New York.”
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