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These Furry Manicures Prove Nail Trends Have Officially Gone Too Far

A while back, we introduced you to the bubble nail trend.

If the sight of those hideous, spherical manicures made you cringe, you might want to look away.

There’s a new nail trend out there that will basically make you lose all faith in humanity and no, unfortunately I’m not exaggerating.

It’s called, “furry nails.”

As the name suggests, the new fugly fad is just like a regular manicure, except for the fact that your nails are, you know, covered in clumps of creepy animal hair and basically look like something straight out of a nightmare.

Yep, I know it sounds hard to believe but fingernails covered in hairballs are now a real thing, and I’m pretty sure it’s safe to assume we’re all asking the same question: Why? Just, why?

If you ask me, these horrifying manicures prove that people have totally lost their damn minds and finally gone way too far with the abstract nail art trends.

Take a look at the pictures below to see these insane hairy nails.

If you thought bubble nails were a crime against nail art…


…you might want to brace yourself.


There’s a furry new fingernail fad out there…


…guaranteed to make you say, “WTF??”


Behold, furry nails.


That’s right. These insane manicures swap out the boring old polish designs…


…for some hairy abstract nail art.


I mean, seriously, just look at these things!


Why would you do this to yourself? Why?


No. Just. No.


If you ask me, these fugly fur-topped talons are pretty damn scary…


…and must be put to an end immediately.

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Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...
Kaylin Pound spent the first few years of college running cross country while double majoring in Biology and Marketing before moving to New York City to finish her studies at Pace University. When Kaylin isn’t writing she can be found running ...

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