Why People Are Using Fidget Spinners on Their Nails

Yes, they really spin

If you’re looking to take your nail art game to the next level, then get ready for a real challenge: Fidget spinner nails.

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As Mashable reports, the innovative new nail art technique was created by nail art expert Natasha Lee, who created a wonderful tutorial for how to attach the spinner to your nails at home.

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Natasha’s spinners are made using acrylic and paint, but as Allure reports, you can also create the same look with cardboard if you’d prefer.

The nails are complicated, yes, but this is actually one of the most practical of the complex nail art ideas out there.

Check out Natasha’s tutorial below:

Would you try this trend?

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Kayleigh Roberts
Kayleigh Roberts

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