Icy ladies, Saweetie has you covered if you were seeking for some fresh ideas for your pedicure and pedi because she has them. The singer was just recently named the new face of SinfulColor, and the company has promised a plethora of new nail art designs in the near future. Saweetie is quite meticulous about her nail care, as you would know if you’ve been following her for any length of time. Since she was a teenager, the rapper has been on the cutting edge of nail fashion, both as a follower and a trendsetter. Now, thanks to the relationship that she has formed with SinfulColor, her fans can indulge in some chilly girl-approved nail art without breaking the bank.
Saweetie’s earliest recollection of doing nail art dates back to when she was a little child and poured red nail paint onto her fingernails when she was sitting on the floor of the bathroom. Saweetie admits to Teen Vogue that she isn’t very good at painting since “I didn’t know how to paint, and I splashed the paint everywhere.” Saweetie’s mother wasn’t overly enthusiastic about it, but that didn’t deter her from pursuing her passion for nails.
Saweetie and her contemporaries’ sense of style was heavily affected by bright and vivid highlighter colours while they were growing up in the Bay area. Saweetie confesses that she pushed her ability to express herself to the next level by painting her nails. According to her, “I always did one hand in one colour and one hand in a different hue.” (As a matter of fact, her nails looked just like that when she spoke to Teen Vogue, displaying two SinfulColors EssenchillsTM colours that contrasted with one another but complemented one another.)
Saweetie’s interest in experimenting with her nail art was sparked by the fact that the mix and match fashion trend offered a degree of originality. She was the very first individual at her high school to ever experiment with fashion in such a way. It was the thing that made her famous. She will now be producing nail art and developing more trends for chilly girls as a result of the new relationship, which was recently formed.
On Saweetie, we’ve seen a wide variety of nail art, ranging from lively designs to daring solid colours and everything in between. Saweetie utilises Pinterest, just like the rest of us, to glean ideas for her manicure, regardless of whether she is sporting acrylic nails or press-ons. The “Pretty B.I.T.C.H. Music” rapper quickly shut down critics and reassured fans that she won’t let anybody box her into the role of a “nice college lady.” Last year, Twitter tried to dub her as a “hood b*tch cosplay” for flaunting her long, acrylic nails. After all, she has a fascination with nails. Acrylic nail art is a form of self-expression that is common among Black women. As a youngster, you might have painted your nails in a variety of styles, and as an adult, you might go for acrylic nails that are exaggerated and lengthy.
The collections offered by SinfulColor feature colours and patterns that are suitable for virtually everybody. Saweetie told Teen Vogue that there is a hue and a pattern that will appeal to every girl in the world. To put that into perspective, this is the essence of nail art. The brand’s most recent release features the EssenchillsTM collection, which consists of a variety of self-care-inspired shades that are designed with aromas such as coffee and whiffs of water. These shades are accompanied by colours that are calming, such as rich browns and creamy pastels. Saweetie favours the coffee not just for its one-of-a-kind smoky aroma but also for the way in which the caramel hue brings out the best in her complexion.