Obamanicure Katy Perry’s Obamanicure & More Political Nail Art
The 27-year-old pop star made a political statement at an Obama fundraiser Sunday night, sporting the president’s face on her fingernails. From simple stripes to a Paul Ryan pedicure, see more election-inspired nail art.
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Katy Perry has always wowed us with her nail art (she wore , but now her manicures are making a political statement. Performing at a fundraiser for Daria on her digits during Paris Fashion Week) President Obama on Sunday night, the 27-year-old pop star tweeted a picture of her “appropriate nails,” which featured the president’s smiling face, the Democratic donkey, stars and red, white, and blue stripes. Perry’s not the only one to pick up on the patriotic-nail trend. From simple stripes to a Paul Ryan pedicure, see more election-inspired nail art. Republican Convention
Can you spell Mittens? Natalie Lavering from Lake Stevens, Wash., wears her presidential preference on her hands at the Republican National Convention.
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Anita White of Virginia shows off her patriotic pedicure at the Democratic National Convention.
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Verna Blacknell Hilario of San Antonio, Texas, flashes a bedazzled Obamanicure at the DNC.
Even the Obama campaign is endorsing the election nail art trend (pins and T-shirts are so 2008). In the Obama online store, a $25 set of Richard Blanch of Le Métier de Beauté nail polish is
available in three appropriately named colors: “Victory White,” “Bo Blue,” and “Red-y to Win Red.”
What do you expect for the man at the bottom of the ticket? Paul Ryan gets the pedicure treatment at the RNC.
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Another lady at the RNC sports a more subtle look.
Joe Raedle / Getty Images French Manicure, U.S. Version
Call it the American version of the classic French manicure.
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The American flag adorns the nails of an RNC attendee.
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R&B rapper Eve gives then–Sen. Obama a thumbs-up during the 2008 presidential race.