1. a phrase used to describe an individual as fake, not real, overdone, and extremely glitzy;

an insult,

2. taken from Patrick Nagel, a well-known artist who reached his peak in the 80s and was well known for creating images of beautiful women that were reminiscent of art deco, characterized by clean lines and seductive poses, this art is often seen in beauty shops and nail salons.
"You're as fake as a beauty shop nagel!"
作者 JohnnyVonFurstenberger 2006年2月27日

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