If you follow me on Instagram (which you totally should), you probably know that I love manicures. I am no expert, but I am an experimenter and I love trying different manicures on myself and my friends. Sometimes they work out and sometimes I end up with a really weird looking finished product, but I’m always up for trying something new.

Nail art is majorly popular right now, with different artists popping up and creating brilliant masterpieces while likewise companies are creating more interesting polish options. It looks like Azature took this entire thing to the ultimate level, by creating ONE bottle of black diamonds to use for nail polish. Why just use glitter when you can sprinkle black diamonds all over your nails? The hands that have everyone talking from walking the Emmys red carpet is Kelly Osbourne with her reportedly $250,000 black diamond manicure.


Azature is a Los Angeles-based jeweler that created only one bottle of this “polish” for the most elite clients. I can’t even begin to put into words how utterly absurd this is, but what I want to add is that I would literally follow anyone with this manicure in a creepy manner searching for fallen black diamonds, because you know they have to fall off.

What a waste.

Of course this is all for publicity’s sake, as a $25 version of the product is being sold via Fred Segal and Ron Robinson.

If you were offered this manicure gratis, would you take it?

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