11 Bold, Bright Rainbow Manicures To Celebrate Pride
Back then, the flag also included pink and turquoise; it wasn’t until 1979, when pink dye was found to be too expensive and turquoise got cut after the committee organizing the 1979 Gay Freedom Day Parade wanted to split the colors evenly to fly the flag in two halves, that it became the iconic ROYGBV we recognize today. Of course, given the current state of the world, Pride month looks a little different in 2020 — with no IRL parades — but that doesn’t mean you can’t still show your support with your favorite rainbow outfit and matching mani.

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