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The strangest Japanese manicure: LEDs, pirates, scissors, sushi

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Art manicure in Japan is incredibly popular, and not only among women, but also men.

Nail decoration with miniature paintings, precious stones, LEDs and three-dimensional colors has long been a traditional monthly routine and fashion requirement.

As a rule, art manicure is elegant and inconspicuous. A few shiny stones, a thin pattern with several shades will make the manicure more interesting and stylish than the usual one, made with monochromatic varnish.

Pleases the look and symbol of the onset of spring in Japan - blooming sakura on the nails, at any time of the year.

However, in the nail art (or "nail" art) there will always be zealous adherents of the idea that a stylish design should catch eyes and shock. Agree, it is difficult not to notice such spreading coral polyps as a manicure!

Lovers of excessively long nails of various shapes and colors will not be stopped by any practical considerations, such as the inconvenience of using the keyboard or the need to follow the usual rules of hygiene!

Would you like to see a truly avant-garde Japanese art manicure? Take a look at these photos!

For fans of characters played by Johnny Depp: the nails of the pirate Jack Sparrow ...

... and here is Edward with scissor hands.

Cute (and surprisingly numerous) characters of Japanese cartoons fit on the nails of this cute girl!

Cakes and roses with a cake on the nail lover sweet.

With such nails it is better to go to a sushi restaurant. After all, when you look at them, there is always a desire to eat!

Masters of artistic manicure gave free rein to the imagination!

In the country of the rising sun and high technology, modern inventions are organically used in traditional art manicure. For example, LED flashing lights.

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