We’ve all seen fidget spinners by now, likely attached to someone at the fingertip, metaphorically. Well, now they’re literally being attached to fingertips in the form of nail art.
Fingernail art has been popular for quite some time. We’ve seen acrylic spikes, candies, holiday decorations, video game controllers, the limits are endless. Natasha Lee is a nail art expert, and she has a YouTube channel. Just like with any trending “things,” she jumped on the fidget spinner train.
Fidget spinners, in case you’re unaware, are these palm-sized toys that have a central bearing. They’re balanced, and when you hold them by the central bearing, you can spin them, and they rotate for quite some time. They’re supposed to help “fidgeters” focus, but they really, more or less, just seem like toys.
Anyway, Natasha made a spinner out of acrylic, and glued it to her finger nail. It even spins! Check out the video just below.
Gone too far?