Nail Artist Natasha Lee Introduces FIDGET SPINNER NAILS

If you just can’t seem to put your Fidget Spinner down, or have a kid at home or is obsessed, you’re in luck: Thanks to one beauty tutorial, you can now carry it around with you all day – on your nails. Nail art expert Natasha Lee recently posted a video to YouTube showing how to get Fidget Spinner-inspired nail art. She describes the tutorial as ‘the latest craze, now shrunken down for your fingertips’ and provides step-by-step details for how to get the look.
Lee makes the tiny spinners using acrylic, a paintbrush, and a really steady hand, then paints them with polish. To make things look realistic, she uses silver holographic polish to create metallic-looking dots around the edges. She adheres the spinner to her nail with a pin, a bead, and nail glue, and the result actually spins – just like the real thing.
Say what you will about this tutorial taking yet another trend too far (looking at you, unicorns), but there’s no doubt that both the concept and the execution of the idea are innovative.
If you aren’t familiar with the Fidget Spinner, the colorful plastic toys are used to help relieve stress and have been marketed as tools to help children with ADHD and autism. The toys have gone viral recently, with entire websites dedicated to how addictive they are. According to Teen Vogue, there is science behind the obsession. A recent study showed that the toys help increase focus and a sense of calm by giving people something to do with their hands.
Putting the spinning toys on your nails probably won’t have the same effect, but it will definitely make for a conversation starter anytime a handshake comes into play.

Nail artist Natasha Lee introduces FIDGET SPINNER NAILS

Nail artist Natasha Lee introduces FIDGET SPINNER NAILS

Nail artist Natasha Lee introduces FIDGET SPINNER NAILS

Nail artist Natasha Lee introduces FIDGET SPINNER NAILS

Nail artist Natasha Lee introduces FIDGET SPINNER NAILS

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