By Marianne Mychaskiw
Dec 03, 2014 @ 3:01 pm
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Suffice it to say that the element of surprise is one that Beyoncé knows well. Around this time last year, Queen Bey dropped her self-titled visual album, sending the world into a frenzy and launching each of her 14 tracks to the top of our most-played list. Unbeknownst to the rest of us, the star teamed up with NCLA to create her own nail wrap line, with each pattern inspired by elements from her videos---meaning you can pair your mani to your favorite one, that is, if you can pick a favorite ...

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Inspired by the Tom Ford number she wore during her performance at the 2014 VMAs, we think the No Rest in the Kingdom design (top) would fit right in with the regal feel of her new "Haunted" video. The neon light pattern of the Je Ne Sais Quoi wraps pay homage to the disco vibe of her "Blow" video, while the plaid motif of the I Woke Up Like This decals (bottom) draws upon Queen Bey's ensemble from the "Flawless" video. Having trouble choosing just one song? The star's I Come With a Side of Trouble design (center) is the beauty equivalent of her visual album, featuring the entire track list as well as lyrics drawn on each nail wrap. Members of the Beyhive, take note---the sets are available now for $18 each at!

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