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Ciate's Uber-Popular Caviar Manicure Is Back, This Time With a Patriotic Twist

Patriotism made easy courtesy of Ciate, $22.50, via <a href="">Selfridges</a>
Patriotism made easy courtesy of Ciate, $22.50, via Selfridges

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The Queen's Diamond Jubilee is over but with the country gearing up for the summer Olympics, Brit pride shows no signs of waning. And now thanks to the UK-based nail polish brand Ciate, the English can show that pride through faux fish eggs in flag-waving colors of red, white, and blue on their nails. Yup, the brand that brought the caviar manicure to commoners the world over has released a Union-Jack themed caviar nail kit sold exclusively at Selfridges.

In other news, Americans have never been happier to share the same patriotic colors as their former mother land (we're in the Olympics too, you know). The manicure kit, which will be available in the states soon if the brand knows what's good for it, is not recommended for snacktime, but when the edible version hops on the Olympics/Queen Mother-loving train, we want to be the first to know.
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