- A nail tech has created a set of manicured nails using broomsticks, sparking a debate on social media
- Some have praised the creativity and resourcefulness of the technique, while others have raised concerns over hygiene and safety
- In a similar story, one nail tech showed her recycling-savviness by making nails out of old plastic bottles
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When it comes to creativity in fashion, it appears not every creative hack makes the approval cut.
One nail technician recently got social media buzzing with mixed reactions over one of her latest nail videos.
The video sees her cutting and directly glueing the thin sticks closely to the client's fingernails before adding acrylic.
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The end result sees the clients with some fancy-looking nail set that didn't quite impress social media users.
Watch the video below:
Social media users share thoughts on broomsticks nail
"It’s giving nonsense."
"Very risky. May start to decay and introduce some infections like nail fungus."
"There is a thin line between creativity and stupidity."
" It’s creative but not hygienic. Broom is wood and will eventually get wet n harbor germs n bacteria. Alternatively cover the broom in acrylic powder both top n beneath."
"Whatever it is they were drinking, it should be banned."
"You people sha don’t know when to stop."
"It looks cute and it’s creative. But nope I don’t want broom sticks on my nails . How do I eat my eba? Plus this is stick, gets wet starts to rot on me, introduces germs. Doctors are leaving Nigeria please I refuse to tempt God."
"How is this cute."
"She ended up doing rubbish."
"Very creative but No thanks."
"To be sincere it’s not giving."
"Just because you can doesn't mean you should."
"This is not good, it can cause some kind of infection, even if she doesn’t eat with the nails, she still has to use the nails to touch other part of her body."
TikTok video shows nail tech recycling plastic bottles into lush talons
People are all about being planet-friendly. However, it is not always easy. This South African nail tech got recycling-savvy with plastic Fanta bottles, turning them into lush claws.
The beauty industry is, unfortunately, one of the industries that are harsh on the planet. So, when you see beauticians doing something that protects the earth, it is to be admired.
The nail tech that goes by the TikTok handle @nails_by_mgg shared a video showcasing her invention. The excellent nail tech spends time cutting up old plastic Fanta bottles to make bases for nails.