With Valentine’s Day tomorrow, there is no better way to complete your date night look than with perfectly polished hands. So, why not take a style note from Kelly Osbourne and replicate the heart shaped manicure she rocked on the Grammys red carpet? Celeb hot spot MARS the Salon, who are experts in nail art, shared with us this step-by-step guide below to recreate the look, all with tips straight from owner Hiroko Fujikawa.
Step 1 File nail into desired shape
File and buff your nails into a pointed shape using a nail file
Step 2 Apply base color
Apply two coats of a nude polish.
Step 3 Draw heart shape
Using a precision art blush, create heart shape with white or light pink polish. I recommend using Orly gel nail polish. It glides on similar to regular nail polish and is quick and easy use!
Step 4 Paint inside of heart shape
Using a precision art brush, fill in the inside of heart shape with the same white or light pink polish used to outline the design.
Step 5 Use a Top Coat
Finish your manicure with a clear top coat to seal and add shine!
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KATY PERRY showed some major cleavage in a skintight Gucci gown at the 2013 Grammy Awards, which was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday.
After looking stunning in a gorgeous beaded gown at the Clive Davis‘ Pre-Grammy Gala on Saturday, the brunette beauty, who was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance for her song “Wide Awake,” showcased another elegant look at the Grammy Awards.
Katy walked the red carpet in a long-sleeved, skintight mint green Gucci gown, which featured a cleavage-baring keyhole bodice and a round neckline adorned with floral beadwork and embellishments.
A mint green cocktail ring and gold earrings accessorized the look.
For her hair and makeup, Katy went with glossy, center-parted locks, shimmery beige eye makeup, and nude lips.
That’s probably way too much cleavage but… who are we to complain?
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TAYLOR SWIFT slammed her ex, HARRY STYLES, in her opening number at the 2013 Grammy Awards’s on Sunday night.
Guess she just couldn’t help it, huh?
On Hollywood’s most prestigious music awards night, Taylor Swift decided to address a particular someone … her latest ex-boyfriend, Harry Styles.
The pre-Grammy concert co-host was on stage performing her famous hit, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” when she decided to play up its lyrics and take a jab at her cute One Direction boy bander.
With a British accent, the singer said during the song:
“So he calls me up and he’s like, ‘I still love you,’ and I’m like, ‘I’m sorry, I’m busy opening up the Grammys.”
“And we’re never getting back together, like, ever.”
Oh, Taylor. That only reminds us of your bitterness!
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Singer Norah Jones stepped up to accept a special posthumous Grammy Award on behalf of her late father Ravi Shankar at a special ceremony in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The celebrated sitar player was publicly announced as the recipient of the 2013 Lifetime Achievement honor just hours after his death at the age of 92 in December, and the prize was given out ahead of the main show on Sunday.
The musician’s daughters, Jones and Anoushka Shankar, stepped up to accept the trophy on their father’s behalf during the pre-Grammy Awards ceremony at L.A.’s Wilshire Ebell Theatre.
Jones, who has won nine Grammys of her own, said of her father, “We know he was very excited to be receiving this award. We really miss him. He lived and breathed music. He was tapping out rhythms on the breakfast table… We are very happy to accept the award for him.”
Her sister added, “It was 60 days ago today that he passed away. It’s kind of difficult to be standing up here, like Norah said, I am thrilled that he knew about this award before he passed away at least. But I wish we weren’t standing up here for him.”
Jazz musician Charlie Haden, 75, also collect a Lifetime Achievement Award, while singer/songwriter Carole King and The Temptations also received awards in honor of their musical careers.
Other posthumous awards went to pianist Glenn Gould, blues rocker Lightnin’ Hopkins and country singer Patti Page.
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