Who knew nail polish color names could be so ... so ... delicious? It's true. There's a scrumptious new trend for naming nail lacquers after lots of your favorite mouth-watering foods -- from chocolate and fruit to all your ethnic favorites.
Pull up a chair. No forks and spoons necessary. But get ready because these 14 nail polish colors with food names are going to stimulate some serious Hunger ($16) pangs and have you craving all the season's tastiest colors for your fingertips.
Bon Appetit ($10)!
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WARNING: Do not eat these nail polishes no matter how yummy their colors pretend to be.
Let's see what's on the (nail polish) breakfast, lunch and dinner menus today. Such a colorful assortment of goodies, you'll see.
Start your day off with a fresh cup of joe, wheat bread toasted, a sweet spread, and a piece of fruit.
Rich Coffee ($20) by Yves Saint Laurent at Nordstrom
Honey Glace ($9.95) by Karma Organics at Kir Devries
Tutti Frutti ($4.99) by Sonia Kashuk at Target
For lunch, roll up some refried beans in a whole wheat tortilla, sprinkle on a little cheese and dribble it with something spicy.
Pinto ($6) at American Apparel
Tall Glass of Water ($10) by SpaRitual at SkinStore
In the late afternoon, don't feel bad if you need a refreshing little caffeine boost.
Iced Mocha ($4.29) from Savvy by Femme Couture at Sally Beauty
And what delicious foods can you enjoy for dinner? Always so many choices ...
Will it be pizza?
Dim Sum ($8) from Dashing Diva
Or some tasty nibbles from Spain:
Can You Tapas This? by OPI at Beauty-Mart
How ever will you decide?
No matter what you choose for dinner, if you're anything like me, you'll have to top it off with something sweet.
Maybe a nice light cake with fresh fruit over top.
Angel Food ($8) by essie
Berry Pink ($1) by ELF
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But then again, chocolate always hits the spot. Finally, we don't have to wait for Easter to splurge on some Cadbury chocolate.
Cadbury Vanilla Bliss (£11) at Nails Inc.
Cadbury Chocolate Bliss (£11) at Nails Inc.
How's that for a delectable list of finger foods?
Of course, proteins are sorely overlooked in the foodie nail polish color game. Perhaps we'll see a lovely rosy dark pink Meat Dress color on the market soon.
Now I'm hungry for, uh strangely, nail polish. What other delicious colors might we like to try?
Written by Sheri Reed for CafeMom's blog, The Stir.
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