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Tuesday 1 December 2015

Victoria Beckham 'needs nail overhaul'

Published 12/05/2013

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham could do with rethinking her nail varnish options, says a top artist.

Loretta of Bella Loretta Nails is famed for creating quirky nail art designs and has tended the digits of many celebrities. She has spoken about which star she would most like to team up with in the future, naming singer-turned-designer Victoria as her dream client.

"I really think Victoria Beckham keeps her nails very sophisticated looking, which is always beautiful and classic. It goes with her whole look, but I can create nail art that is subtle just with an edge," she told Cover Media. "I would definitely love to get my hands on the lovely VB. I'm sure she would love my version of the Louboutin Nails!"

Nail art has exploded over the last 12 months, with stars such as Rihanna and Zooey Deschanel huge fans of the phenomenon. Many A-listers chose to accessorise their punk-themed outfits with funky talons at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala, held in New York City earlier this month.

Anne Hathaway opted for a funky leopard print to go with her newly-blonde hair, while Sienna Miller fully embraced the punk theme by adding studs to her nails.

Loretta is thrilled to see so many stars are passionate about making their fingers look funky.

"I think it's becoming a very big must for celebrities to have these amazing nails. Rihanna is famous for having the long nails but very block colours. Whereas Katy Perry has been known to play with the nail art and wears the more eye-catching nails, which I LOVE," she enthused.

Check out Loretta's work on or

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