This latest beauty trend is making a splash


In terms of beauty and fashion, we have seen many trends. Some of them are cool and acceptable, while others border on insanity. If you follow the latest nail design trends, you will surely come across some very unusual tips on how to decorate your nails.

We have seen weird nail trends like the ones designed with a butt with a matching toilet bowl. And lately, there is another awkward beauty trends in the world for 2020 went viral.

Social media is one area where anyone can start a trend. Because of this, you may find videos on social media showing off other people’s clumsy manicures or pedicures. Today, nail technicians are getting creative with the nail designs they offer to their clients.

Recently @nail_sunny’s post went viral. Because it is one of the funniest nails you can see. No technician has ever done this before. And it will take a long time to get used to the appearance.

This Russian nail artist has created something unique. She turned her nails into little hands and feet!

Yes, you read it right. Each of her nails has false nails that look like small hands and feet. Many nail technicians know that it takes a lot of patience and skill. It’s not just a question to ask your manicurist.

The tiny fake hands and feet are fake nails molded to create the perfect shape. The artist then painted each of the foot and hand using flesh colors. Each of the foot also gets their own pedicure. If you look at it at first, you would cringe at the idea of having them on your nails. But if you look closely, you would be impressed by the intricate details of the design.

Many did applaud her for her amazing skill. Others who found the design “weird” and “terrible” but they are willing to give it a try. One fan wrote, “This is worse than the bug nails but I’m kind of into it.” Another user jokingly commented, “Really wish I wouldn’t have been eating/licking my finger when I decided to watch this.”

Other people think that this is not a beauty trend. It’s simple to tend how powerful social media influence is. A user wrote, “This isn’t a beauty trend — this is to see how social media influences & how people are foolish enough to believe it and go out & do it themselves.”

Source: jumblejoy