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If candy cheese and your favourite yellow nail polish had a child, it could just about appear to be Nails Inc.’s newest collaboration with Velveeta.

If you thought Oscar Meyer’s bologna face masks was some of the ridiculous (but extremely trending) partnerships of the 12 months, assume once more.

The aromas of gooey gruyère and sharp swiss you like aren’t meant for simply your fridge pull-out drawer, both. According to Nails Inc., these seductive, savory scents ought to reside in your nails.

So, enter the cheesiest collaboration that we don’t assume anybody — and we imply anybody — requested for, but is up-ticking in tendencies: Nails Inc. x Velveeta’s cheese-scented nail polish.

Some might imagine it’s definitively disgusting, whereas others assume it’s so iconic that they need to order it ASAP, with a overwhelming majority leaning towards feeling the latter — because the yellow and purple nail polish duo is presently out of inventory on Amazon, although returning quickly.


So, what’s the deal? This mouth-watering set is nothing you’ve ever skilled, providing extremely pigmented formulation that, when absolutely dried, will make you drool over your sudden cheese craving.

What’s extra, Nails Inc. and Velveeta didn’t cease at simply the polish. Pick up the collaboration’s That’s La Dolce Velveeta Irresistible Nail Stickers if you wish to be part of the cheese frenzy with out the scent.

Nails Inc. x Velveeta That's La Dolce Velveeta Irresistible Nail StickersAmazon

Impressively sufficient — and similar to your most popular natural cheeses — the limited-edition cheese-scented nail polish is 100% vegan and cruelty-free.

We didn’t anticipate to be writing about something cheese-scented this 12 months — as our forté lies in product evaluations, present guides and the perfect ladies’s style objects to buy, to call a couple of — however we’re so laughing in our seats about this buzzy magnificence purchase.

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