luisaviaroma#ghettonailz. Shooting our next editorial in #Paris with @MissRosati and @carmeliwalsh_stylist
- thesnobetteWhy does nail art become 'ghetto'??
- lx.xxlx@guerra_milush 😝😍💋
- pax_lionheart@jillyberman @katinagee woah.
- redgoesvogue@rach1ee ummm some nail inspo! Do something crazy before you take them off!
- nelli_bella@nournoir next time ⬆️👭💅➡️👬➡️😱😡
- andrewb0ston@cvaldespino "ghetto nails" lol 😂😂
- ghettonailz@luisaviaroma thanks!!!💖💖💖
- ghettonailz@thesnobette since when has it not been ghetto?
- jillyberman@pax_lionheart 😍😍
- thesnobette@ghettonailz , The roots of nail art date back to the Incas and even the flapper era of the 20's . The term ghetto is often used to marginalize less privileged groups especially blacks in America.While the term made it's way into pop culture the term ghetto in terms of nails is not the best choice to define a long tradition of art and beauty. Sadly it's your brand name which makes a statement that holds very little consciousness as to what the art really is about... Shout out to @wahnails @jessthemess @naominailsnyc @nailgurlnyc
- thesnobetteAnd @sophynails to name a few 💋💋
- lizmorenoblog@thesnobette I actually think ghetto nails fits with what they do really well plus its very original and cool and btw it's a fact that people from the ghetto make this kind of style an actual trend... So ironically thats what the girls from @ghettonailz are doing and thats why in fact they are doing SO good with big internacional brands. It doesnt matter what a name means or what name might be better, its more about people sticking with a brand name cos they like it and how successful someone can turn from their business ;) that's all that matters. Ok peace out. ✌️
- thesnobette@lizmorenoblog ghetto is an offensive description period, esp as used by folks far outside the culture; do some research & become educated; that way you won't be subject to swallowing stereotypes designed to keep people marginalized
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