In Thursday's New York Times, there was an article about chipped nail polish. In the article, entitled I Love What You Didn't Do to Your Chipped Nails, beauty industry insiders like nail polish guru Ji Baek of Rescue Beauty Lounge and Lancome's VP of Public Relations, Kerry Diamond (who, coincidentally, worked with this beauty chick at Harper's Bazaar back in the day) face off on whether this trend should stay or go. And while I believe a manicure should always look flawless, let's face it -- what beauty chick has time to run to the salon every time her polish chips? (Case in point: the picture at top left is, sadly, my week-old manicure.) In today's busy world, running around with chipped polish seems to have become a much more accepted way of life. The article discusses the ins and outs of this trend -- noting people that have even gone so far as to show up to interviews with less-than-perfect tips! (I would definitely never do that.) What's your take on the trend? Is it a do or a don't? Let this beauty chick know in the comments!