Dua Lipa Is Wearing a Manicure That’s Pure Smiles

This isn’t the first time the star has worn a ’90s-inspired motif on her nails. Back in June, Humphrey gave the singer tie-dye and smiley adorned nails that we couldn’t stop staring at.

Dua Lipa has a lot to smile about, and she’s letting everyone know with her latest manicure. The 24-year-old singer will be releasing her new single, “Don’t Start Now,” next week and announced it on Instagram right before showing fans her smiley face nail art.

She credited her go-to artist Michelle Humphrey with the rhinestone-encrusted look, who let fans know that she used Gel Bottle Inc Nail Polish in Buttercup ($19) to create it.

Check out her latest smiley manicure, ahead.

I Got the French Manicure Trend Every Celebrity Has Been Trying, and I’m a Fan

You are probably aware that early 2000s trends are making a strong comeback. Relax, we are not talking about pink track suits or frosted tips; we mean the classy french manicure with a colorful 2019 twist. While we originally assumed the trend would remain in our photo albums, just like most others from the early 2000s, french tips came back as a 2019 staple, thanks to celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Bella Hadid trying out the look.

This nail art trend used to be my go-to when I was just started using nail polish, so I wanted to see if I liked it just as much seven years later and booked a manicure at Paintbox in New York City. But instead of getting the classic white tips, I decided to try the 2019 spin on it and did a neon pink color. Check out the full process and my takeaways ahead.

I Traded in My Dirty Sponge For These Silicone Dishwashing Gloves, and I’m Never Going Back

Like most old city apartments, my place doesn’t have a dishwasher. I spend almost every night doing the dishes, and over the years I grew particular about my sponges and gloves. I often found myself throwing them out and purchasing new ones every few weeks because it seemed like the most sanitary option. Recently, I had turned to Amazon to buy another batch, but was recommended these Hatsutec Magic Silicone Dishwashing Gloves ($14); I was immediately drawn to them.

I had heard a lot about silicone sponges and how they’re much more hygienic than a traditional sponge that collects tons of bacteria. But I was completely sold on the concept that these gloves are a two-in-one product. I bought them within 30 seconds.

The day they arrived was probably the most excited I had ever been to cook and clean up. I was so pleasantly surprised by the results. I lathered the gloves in soap and started washing away. Getting my dishes squeaky clean was easier than ever, and honestly a little fun. The gloves feature slip-resistant grips, so wet items didn’t slip away. They can withstand temperatures of -40 through 200 degrees Celsius, so using scorching hot water wasn’t an issue. Plus, they even come with a handy hook, so you can hang them up to dry when you’re done.

I have a feeling these will last for a long time and they were worth every penny. So what are you waiting for? Keep reading to check them out and pick up a pair for yourself. You won’t regret it.

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