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Girls Are Painting The Bottoms Of Their Nails Red To Look Like Louboutins (Photos)

When it comes to the Holy Grail of high heels, most ladies would agree nothing can top a stunning, sky high pair of Louboutins.

To be honest, I think I was more excited about getting my first pair of red bottoms than I was about getting into college.

Yeah, I know, I really need to get my priorities straight. Hey, at least my Louboutin-clad legs will look fabulous in the meantime.

Not too long ago, Christian Louboutin released a collection of nail polish that lets you dress up your fingers in the iconic red and black colors.

Now, women are taking their digits to a whole new level of style by painting the undersides of their nails red, just like the shoes.

That’s right, #Louboutinnails are now a thing, and it’s one of the hottest beauty trends on social media at the moment.

This nail art looks just as fierce as Louboutin’s signature shoes, and the best part is you can get in on this trend and rock some red bottoms without dropping $850 per mani. Finally.

Take a look at the pictures below to see this awesome Louboutin nail polish trend.

Women are painting the undersides of their nails red…


…to match their manis to their beloved red-bottomed shoes.


And they’re showing off their designer digits on Instagram using the hashtag #Louboutinnails.


This nail trend looks just as sexy as a pair of spiky, red-bottomed stilettos.


And it makes any mani look exquisite and expensive.


You can bedazzle your red bottoms with a little bling…


…or make them look even sexier by adding a bit of sparkle.


For an edgier vibe, you can throw some studs into the mix…


…or flash a little red along the edges of your fingers.


Ladies are pairing these red-bottomed nails with all sorts of chic colors.


But for a classic look, you really can’t go wrong with the iconic red and black combo.

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Kaylin Pound

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Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...
Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...

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