Buh-Bye Black: It's All About Red Nails Like Ashlee's

02/02/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

It looks like trend-setting celeb fingertips are moving on. Stars from Ashlee Simpson to Hilary Duff to Nicole Richie are trading their Goth-inspired black nail polish for classic candy-apple red. Still a bold statement, but a lot easier to swallow for most of us. And it only gets lighter from here — we hear that white polish is making a big comeback too, just in time for the mod trend for spring. Tell us: Will you wear red? Are you ready to give up black polish?

Want to try a new red? Check out Essie Red Label, $7, or ” target=”_blank”>Barielle Driven, $8. Ready for white? We love Nars Edelweiss, $15.

Photo: mwd/x17

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Nails
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melissa on

I am guilty of being pulled into this whole “what the celebs are doing,” and frankly I won’t be surprised when we are all wondering what toilet paper they are wiping with so we can use the same stuff!

Amie on

black, red, white….i’ve done it all!!
and i love all of them

as long as the color stands out!

AndiM on

Nah, i think i’ll stick 2 my black polish…it’s not goth at all..i think it’s quite classy!!! And u cant wear read nails with everything!!!

LJ on

i just love red. I’d wear it all the time. by the way, i like the sun glasses she’s wearing. where can i get that exact same one? the photo doesnt provide info about it so yea, can anyone help me out?

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