Kim Kardashian photographed sporting a middleparted ponytail at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
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Kim Kardashian Took the Most Myspace Selfie With the Most Myspace Manicure

Hello, duck face and square tips. 

Kim Kardashian might just be back in her Myspace era, as her latest Instagram post suggests. Since the social media platform reigned supreme in the 2000s, all the girls in the Kardashian crew have known how to throw up a peace sign just as mother Kris taught them. On February 14 the SKKN by Kim founder did just that while debuting a very Y2K manicure: a milky white set with long, square tips that are just begging to tap the buttons on a bedazzled flip phone. 

One commenter on her photo confessed, “Yes I miss this era of Kim,” while another wrote, “It's giving Myspace.” Myspace—the original online platform for showing off your manicures with a healthy serving of peace sign and duck face—may no longer be the site it once was, but on the bright side, its nail trends are living on in more modern ways, just as Kardashian demonstrates.

Though this take is a little on the nostalgic side, the glazed-donut nail trend won 2022; Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, and Lizzo are just a small part of the celebrity collective that has been keeping the trend alive since. 

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When re-creating the look on your own, Tenoverten's sheer white nail polish in Washington will help you achieve that translucent effect, even with multiple coats. If you're an amateur nail expert with a gel manicure nail kit at home, OPI's GelColor in Funny Bunny is for you. The word frosty also came to mind when we first took notice of Kardashian's manicure; we recommend you snag the $12 polish Lopez used in her take on the look: Bio Seaweed Gel in Be the Light.

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This story was originally published on Allure.