Let’s just say we wanna be ridiculously outrageous for a moment. Pretend you have more cash than reserved oil in the Middle East combined; and can afford to pamper your nails with these expensive vanity. Just for the sake of discussion, debate, or plain daydreaming…spohszine is featuring today the most expensive nail polish, the most expensive saloon service and item for your nails — whether your nails deserve them or not. Just indulge in wishful thinking ladies, coz that’s the first we could do for free.
$250,000 Black Diamond Nail Polish
With a quarter of a million dollars, you could buy a lot of things.
You could purchase a home, a super-fancy car or a college education for your kids. Or, if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, you could always go on a shopping spree at Hammacher Schlemmer and buy that submarine shaped like a killer whale that you’ve always wanted.
But if you already have all these things and just can’t imagine what you’re going to do with that $250,000 in loose change you have lying around, then this uber-splurge item might just be for you.
Jewelry couturier Azature – the self-described “Black Diamond King” — is now producing a one-of-a-kind bottle of diamond-infused nail polish, Fashionista reports.
Containing 267 carats of black diamonds, this luxe lacquer will set buyers back a quarter of a million dollars.
The Hollywood-based Azature, whose jewelry has adorned stars such as Rihanna and Beyonce, has called the black diamond the “ultimate fine jewel.”
“One day I thought, ‘Why not showcase this style on nails?’ So I developed a Black Diamond Nail Polish with the same attention and quality as my jewelry in order to preserve the elegance of the black diamond,” he said in a press release.
With its hefty price tag, Azature claims its valuable varnish is the ”most expensive nail polish in the world, “usurping the $130,000 Gold Rush couture nail polish that British jeweler Models Own released last year, Fashionista notes.
Want the glitter without the gold? For the 99%, Azature is also offering a department store version for $25. According to an Azature spokesperson, this wallet-friendly version has a real black diamond in each bottle. It is now available at Fred Segal since this month. –huffingtonpost.com + photo
Last year’s most expensive nail art
Gone are the days of simple make-up, common jewelry and normal dresses, for the uber-rich fashionistas everything has to be just very luxurious. Leave behind your usual manicurist and shell out for the most expensive manicures. The luxury manicure services include the likes of Diamond manicures to uber cool gold manicure services. So, if you are amongst the super opulent class and want to cherish the bling quotient, catch up with the latest luxury trend of jewel-embedded nails.
Gold Rush nail paint
If you think what is so amazing about this golden nail polish, then you must know that this is not an ordinary golden nail paint as it is actually made of gold. Not just gold, the nail polish’s lid hosts 1,118 diamonds that makes it extremely expensive as it costs $130,000.
World’s most expensive manicure treatment to date…
Iced Manicure: Price: $51,000
Diamonds are and will remain girl’s best friends forever, and it would be an icing on the cake if you get diamonds on your fingertips. Yes, with everything taking a luxurious toll, even a nail treatment like manicure has gone up to an opulent class. This diamond manicure is known as ‘Iced Manicure’, in which 10 carat diamonds are studded on your nails and is the most expensive nail treatment known till now. London-based Cherish Angula’s diamond manicure is priced at a whopping $51,000.If you are concerned about the aftercare of the manicure leave it to Cherish and team who are specialist in the continuance and removal of the diamonds. This luxurious treatment is surely the definition of frivolous! This manicure was sported by famous celebrity Katy Perry, after all this heavy pocket manicure is not everybody’s cup of tea. You can get this manicure done with a prior appointment at Suite 15925 Lower Ground Floor 145-157 St John Street, London. –bornrich.com + photos