267-Carat Black Diamond Nail Polish Is The Most Expensive Ever Costs $250,000

Celebrity and royalty designer Azature created the Black Diamond product, which leaves users with a dark, glittery sheen on their nails.

The limited edition black diamond nail polish by Los Angeles-based luxury jeweler Azature itself contains 267 carats of black diamonds, whilst the bottle has a platinum sterling cap and is encrusted with 60 hand-set black diamonds which makes it the most expensive nail polish in the world priced at $250,000. So far only American actress Jennifer Lopez & Kelly Osbourne are the only people to have worn it.

On asking Kelly Osbourne's about this most expensive accessory which she wore on Emmy Awards on her fingertips.

She said, 'I've been so scared to touch anything because its powdered black diamonds… worth $250,000. 'I am the only person they let wear it, it's in a safe upstairs in the hotel room. I couldn't believe it. I have not touched a thing all day.'

The black diamond is the ultimate fine jewel. Its combination of beauty, mystery and sophistication makes it a timeless luxury,” explains Azature, founder of the luxury jewelry brand. He only goes by the one name and is also known as the Black Diamond King.

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He added, I used three coats of this polish and skipped the topcoat because I did not seem to need it. I like the subtle sparkle, as if the diamonds have been crushed and embedded in the polish. Though it looked black in the bottle, it went on as a deep, glittery gray. And it was durable too — even after several days, the polish looked fresh and chip-free. This color can add a real bump up to your daily look and will be great when we get into the holiday season.

Just one bottle of the eye-wateringly expensive polish was made by the company – but that doesn't mean beauty lovers can't try the luxury shade.

Azature has also released  "budget" 0.5ml versions of the bottle with each containing a single black diamond. Thankfully for those watching the pennies, these cheaper alternatives cost just £18.20.