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World's Most Expensive: featuring Nail Polish

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Nail beds are commanding a expensive overlay depending on your taste level. Many ordinary polishes can look amazing without costing a fortune. But for celebrities and the super wealthy, the average polish can be deemed as being boring. Cosmetic companies have found a way to put a new spin on the everyday polish by infusing precious metals and gems and creating luxurious lacquers that inflating the price tag.

Azature black diamond nail polish also know as Black diamonds king is one of the most expensive polishes in the world. Retailing at 250,000 dollars this ultra decadent lacquer contains 367 carats worth of black diamonds and was created by Azature, the jewelry couturier.

Gold Rush couture nail polish by Models Own is a rich gold lacquer that shines like diamonds on a bed of gold. The lid proudly is made of solid gold and encrusted with 1118 white diamonds. This retails for 130,000 dollars.

Iced manicures are beautiful and leave your nails sparkling. Ten carats of diamonds are applied to the fingertips in a traditional "french manicure" and can can cost up to 51,000 dollars.

I Do by Ellie Cosmetics consists of platinum power infused with creamy lacquer. The bottle is 100 percent pure platinum and was launched in Las Vegas in 2005. The product retails for 55,000 dollars per bottle.

Red Carpet Manicure is the least expensive on the list. For 1000 dollars this gel polish with LED formula consists of four carats worth of diamonds. The black diamond infused formula leaves nails shimmering and gorgeous.

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