Nicki Minaj Is A Pink Lady In ‘Wonderland’ Magazine

Nicki Minaj for “Wonderland” magazine.
Photo: Matt Irwin/”Wonderland” magazine

Oh, la la! Nicki Minaj’s one fiery ’50s girl in the February/March issue of Wonderland magazine. We totally get a Pink Ladies-from-Grease girl gang vibe with her bright pink cotton candy curled bob and matching Prada Cadillac Coupe de Ville printed jacket and dress. We love how she added a bit of edginess to her ensemble by throwing on a gold-plated tooth necklace and gold snake ring, but the fiercest thing of all are those nails! She sported royal purple, gold, and pink nail art on her extra long stiletto tips. Uh-mazing. Her beauty game is absolutely out of CONTROL—we could spot those lashes from (literally) miles away, and she totally took the cat eye to the extreme. In traditional Barbz fashion, she sported some light pink lips, but this time used a fuchsia lip liner to define her pout. She finished the look with some hot pink, ’80s-inspired cheek-defining blush and sported some serious sparklers for hoop earrings. (Do those things hurt?)

Nicki Minaj for “Wonderland” magazine.
Photo: Matt Irwin/”Wonderland” magazine

In another photo, Nicki switches up her ensemble for something a little bit more risqué. *loosens collar* Here she sports a plunging gold Gottex swimsuit, and, um, is it getting hot in here or is it just us? Oh, nope, it looks like Nicki is trying to cool herself off too with some…saliva. Anywho, we’re so into this pink pin-up version of Nicki, and we can bet a million buckaroos that it’s all modeled after her ongoing love affair with Barbie. So, we need to know, why is she still SO obsessed with the Mattel doll? “I feel like Barbie is great because it doesn’t only focus on beauty—you have Barbies that work, they have tons of different jobs now,” she told Wonderland. “And they come in different shades, which I love, and different hairstyles. So I think that they’ve gotten to the point where they’re making girls feel like it’s OK not to look like or be like the traditional Barbie. Now in terms of a body image, even male action figure dolls are cut up more than the average man—it’s just how people make dolls!” Be sure to check out the full interview and even more photos from the mag, which hits newsstands tomorrow!

Nicki Minaj on the cover of “Wonderland” magazine.
Photo: Matt Irwin/”Wonderland” magazine

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