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Jin Soon's been doing nails on the set of Steven Meisel's fashion photo shoots for years. Now she's finally launched one collection of basic color, plus another of on-trend shades—all named by supermodels.

There's no better way to kick off this story than with this perfectly classic red.

Jin Soon made the most perfect black-red shade—it's shinier than you could ever believe.
Her sheer nude is also super-glossy.
On my hands right now is Rhapsody—a dark gray-blue—named by Coco Rocha.
This grayish teal was named by model Hyoni Kang.
RGB never let's us down—their new Copper color looks like a bunch of shiny crushed up pennies.
It just isn't fashion if there's no cobalt.
Flint is a cool mash-up of silver and gold.
Nars' new color is the the perfect storm in a bottle.
Let's Go Crazy is the new purple glitter from Deborah Lippmann—she's so crazy, that Debs!
But she also has a softer side. Modern Love looks like it'll be a good match for my leotards and ballet shoes.
Zoya's latest collection is inspired by New York Fashion Week—we'll be looking for this sparkly blue on the runway.
Rakha is a deep—not-too-pink—red made for designer Bibhu Mohapatra.
This sheer fuchsia can be worn alone or layered.
Evie is a smokey teal color that was a custom-mixed shade for designer Peter Som.
'Katherine' is made with Zoya's jelly gloss formula and was also created for Peter Som.
A steely gray inspired by the streets of Tokyo.
This timeless beige color is timeless in another way too—it's chip resistant!
NEW YORK! Stormy gray-green straight from the world's fashion capital.
Essie's new collection is all about the big bucks. Stylenomics is the color of cold hard cash.
Recessionista is the color of budget-friendly fashion.
Miss Fancy Pants was named after me. Just kidding! This nude has some attitude—thanks to the mauve undertones.
Head Mistress is a pink for women in charge.
Come September, my nails will be painted in a new signature red from Chanel.