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Celebrities Love Minx Nail Coatings

by Staff Writer | December 1, 2008

Minx Nail Coatings are popular with celebrities. Some celebrities spotted wearing the nail coatings include:

Christina Aguilera, who wore Silver Lightning Minx nails on her fingertips at MTV's Video Music Awards;

Lady Gaga, who wore Golden Studs mix for a music video;

Angela and Vanessa Simmons wore Golden Lighting for the launch of their Pastry shoe line;

Mariah Carey, who was seen wearing Minx in both New York City and Las Vegas;

Beyonce Knowles, who wore Silver Lightening Minx for her “Single Ladies” music video;

and Beyonce’s sister Solange Knowles, who was seen wearing a variety of different styles of Minx at the same time.

West Coast celebrity manicurists Kimmie Kyees, Jenna Hipp, and Naja Rickette applied the Minx nail fashion to the runways of LA Fashion Week. Fashion designer Christian Audigier (the designer behind the Ed Hardy brand) unveiled American Lord, the Christian Audigier Spring 2009 Collection; the models rocked the runway with customized Minx nails, designed in matching plaids, metallic designs, graffiti and graphic art, bringing fashion through to their very fingertips.

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