The New Zealand Herald reported that New Zealand will be the first country to officially introduce gold french manicures.
The manicures will be made by the famous company Bordeaux & Co. from their offices in Auckland, and will be sold exclusively to the public.
The first two pairs of gold french mitts were made for the 2010 Rugby World Cup.
The new manicures are the first gold french products to be introduced in New Zealand, according to the Herald.
“It is an exciting time to be New Zealand.
The beauty industry is rapidly expanding in the country, and there is so much talent to be found in the field of beauty.
We’re looking forward to welcoming a whole new generation of New Zealanders to our beautiful country and seeing them flourish in the world,” New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a statement.
Gold French Mitts are available in four styles: a long manicure with a rose motif, a medium and a short manicure.
While most other countries will have their first gold manicures in 2020, the New Zealand announcement comes just days before the Olympics, which will also mark the opening ceremony of the Games.
New Zealand will also have their second gold French polish in 2020.
The country is the first to introduce the French mitt as a form of official sport wear.
A few countries also have gold French mittens, including the Netherlands, Belgium and France.
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