Taylor Swift’s simple-to-make Christmas Chrome Nails gave her all-black outfit a holiday feel

With her Eras Tour, Taylor Swift essentially grabbed the globe by storm, inspiring fans to do things like paint their lips red, dress like their favorite musical era, and start paying attention to sports. Swift appears to be getting ready for some holiday relaxation now that the first leg of the record-breaking tour is finished, judging from her manicure.

Swift arrived for the premiere of Emma Stone’s latest film, Poor Things, on December 6 in latest New York City sporting a stylish all-black outfit, which consisted of her go-to bright red lipstick, and a festive two-toned chrome manicure.

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The manicure in question had a natural contour and was short. She had either a brilliant cherry red or a forest green manicure on each finger. Taylor Swift‘s ring and pointer fingers were Christmas tree green, while her thumb, middle finger, and pinky all matched in the candy cane shade. Each nail was then given a chrome finish, which gave the green a very glossy appearance akin to multicolored tinsel and the red more of a “Fire Chrome” hue.

The singer wore a more daring ensemble than we usually see her in when it comes to manis; this could be a sign of the legendary Reputation album to be reissued soon.

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She was dressed in a little shorter black fur coat placed over a long, form-fitting black maxi dress. Side-sweeping bangs, open-toed black heels, and a gold clutch adorned with crystal constellations completed the ensemble.

You’re in luck if you and Taylor Swift both enjoy adorably silly, festive manicures. You can easily recreate this cheerful chrome manicure at home for all of your holiday parties.

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First, use nail polish remover to get rid of any remaining polish that could be on your nails. After that, trim and file your nails to the proper length. Next, use oil to soften and push back your cuticles. Next, use your preferred base coat after thoroughly cleaning and buffing your nails to create a smooth canvas.

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