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Christian Louboutin presents Loubi Under for the ’under nails’

The latest product in the Louboutin beauty line lets you create a manicure that’s red underneath, just like the soles of the famous French shoemaker’s pumps.

A few months ago, the announcement of a new Christian Louboutin beauty collection set the fashion world abuzz, despite the mystery surrounding what type of products it would entail. The launch of the first nail varnishes has been a success, and, apparently, the concept of a Louboutin manicure has won over the fans.

Louboutin Under Red comes with an ultra-thin felt-tip nib that lets you (...)

Louboutin Under Red comes with an ultra-thin felt-tip nib that lets you paint under your nails for a "red-soled" manicure. © Christian Louboutin

The concept behind Loubi Under Red is simple. The applicator for this new red nail polish, an extremely thin felt-tip nib, is more like an eyeliner applicator than a typical polish brush, allowing consumers to paint the underside of (long) nails for a "red-soled" manicure.

More creative nail artists can even use the fine-point brush to paint tiny designs over their top coat, letting their imagination run wild.

With AFP/Relaxnews

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