Caitlyn Jenner Got Her First Manicure For 'Vanity Fair,' And You Won't Believe What This Shade Is Called
I'm not going to lie: the beauty trends, trying fun products, and playing with makeup are all super fun parts about being a woman. In fact, I can't imagine not being able to curl my eyelashes or paint my nails, but one celeb can. Caitlyn Jenner's first professional manicure happened this week, and after 65 years of waiting, that is something to celebrate.
According to Hollywood Reporter, Jenner's daughter, the beauty icon Kim Kardashian, helped hand-select the glam squad used for Jenner's Vanity Fair cover shoot. Celebrity manicurist Deborah Lippmann works with celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Meryl Streep, and became the first professional to ever touch Jenner's nails. For years, Jenner was painting her nails in secret and on her own.
Lippmann kept things natural by filing Jenner's nails into an almond shape in lieu of nail extensions. Because retro red was a theme in the shoot, Lippmann chose a bold red nail lacquer with a name that gave everyone a laugh. The $18 shade from Lippmann's own line of polish is called "Lady Is A Tramp."
"She was so happy to be a girl, and she was so at ease. Her attitude was very much, ‘Let’s do it!’ and she enjoyed every moment of it," Lippmann told VF .
Obviously, women born in a female body can take the littlest things for granted. Something as small as a manicure is a huge victory for Jenner, and we couldn't be happier for her.