Beetles have often been beauty muses - in ancient Egypt, women crushed their wings to make lipstick; now makeup gurus like Poppy King point to their iridescent markings as guides for their own shimmer products. (See Lipstick Queen's "Butterfly Ball" colors here.)
Now Models' Own has a nail polish called Beetlejuice that takes the insects' shiny exoskeletons as a color palette, creating lacquers with a silky black casing as a finish.
If you like bugs, take this stuff at face value. If you hate bugs, just pretend this nail polish is named for the classic '80s Winona Ryder movie, in all its bloody Tim Burton glamour. Actually, maybe you want to do that anyway...
--FARAN KRENTCILBeetlejuice nail polish, about $7.50 at Model's Own