Are you wearing gilded or decorated nails? (1916)

Original publication: The Day Book (Chicago, Ill.) Date: April 29, 1916
Categories: 1910s, Beauty & fashion, For women, Newspapers
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Decorate your fingernails if you would be up to snuff

Are you wearing gilded or decorated nails?

We are not kidding, but talking the latest society chatter. The newest thing in nails is gilded and decorated nails, nails dipped in silver or burnished in gold or decorated with designs to match your dress.

If you don’t like the fad, blame Mlle Flore Revalles of the Russian ballet. She started the fad. She is shown in the center of the hand.

1916 - finger nail art manicure

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Source publication: The Day Book (Chicago, Ill.)

Publication date: April 29, 1916

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