Now You Can Name Your Own Nail Polish Colors

If you've always dreamed of becoming the person who comes up with the pun-y, tongue-in-cheek names for nail polishes, then you're in luck. Custom nail polish brand Pretty Please, which launched about a year ago, allows you to channel your inner Deborah Lippmann. We caught up with founder Sara Ricklen to get the full scoop.
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If you've always dreamed of becoming the person who comes up with the pun-y, tongue-in-cheek names for nail polishes, then you're in luck. Custom nail polish brand Pretty Please, which launched about a year ago, allows you to channel your inner Deborah Lippmann. We caught up with founder Sara Ricklen to get the full scoop.
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If you've always dreamed of becoming the person who comes up with the pun-y, tongue-in-cheek names for nail polishes, then you're in luck. Custom nail polish brand

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While you can pretty much name your polish whatever you want, there are a few rules. The name has to be 24 characters or less, but Ricklen will work with you if you want something longer or want to stick a logo on it (she did it for Wendy Williams). And no profanity, please; you'll get a nice email from her asking you for an alternative. Surprisingly not many people have come in requesting dirty nail polish names.

Her fave name of all time? A woman who had three boys and was pregnant with a girl gave out a polish at a shower called "Worth the Wait." {Ed. Note: Wait. Could this have been Victoria Beckham?}

A single bottle will set you back $10 each, or $7 each if you order six or more of the same label and color. Ricklen is hoping to eventually roll out lip gloss and lipstick, too.

Happy naming!