That and she must never sleep.
Since last August when Barneys let slip that she'd be their celeb curator for the holiday season, fans have been clamoring to get a glimpse at what would come out of Gaga's Workshop. So far, we've seen toys, apparel, and confections. Today, the day her latest "Vanity Fair" cover hits stands, was the big reveal of her new, totally-nuts-yet-oh-so-cool nail art.
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tkDesigned in partnership with her own nail guru, Naomi Yasuda, and manufactured by Kiss, Gaga's four press-on nail kits come with 24 nails in different sizes and everything you need to apply them. Of course, they're supremely limited and, at $45, pretty spendy. But remember that Barneys is donating a generous 25 percent of every purchase to Gaga-chosen charities, so that should help make you feel less guilty for grabbing some.
Inspired by Gaga and also at Barneys are three versions of the extreme Beauty Is Life false eyelashes. For $35 a pair you can bat mega fringe with the best of them. (Check out the simplest way to apply falsies here.)
If wacked-out nails or lashes aren't your thing, perhaps a touch of Smurfette is more you? The creative minds behind the wonderfully wild Violent Lips lip decals have bucked the system and gone blue this holiday season -- a look that Gaga herself slicked on at the recent European Music Awards. (You can skip the green glitter brows if you want.) At $15 for three sets, these blue Glitteratti decals are a perfect stocking stuffer for the little monster on your list.