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Instagram goes wild over VERY bizarre edible ‘noodle nails’

A beauty salon known for its elaborate nail designs has gone viral with its latest creation – a bizarre ‘edible noodle’ manicure. 

Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny, which has become famous for its quirky creations, unveiled the first consumable design on its Instagram account this week.

The nail salon, which boasts almost two million followers on Instagram, shared a video of the design process, before showing a woman eating the noodles attached to her nails.

And users were quick to react to the clip, with many branding it ‘incredible’ – while others questioned its hygiene.

 

Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny, which became famous for its quirky creations, unveiled the first eible design on its Instagram account this week

In the video the nail technician is seen giving a customer a standard manicure with square yellow acrylic nails.

She then attaches thin strips of uncooked instant noodles to the underside of the nails with glue, letting them set. 

Next the customer is seen holding the noodles in seasoned hot water, waiting until they cook and go soft.

She then proceeds to eat the noodles from the tips of her nails in a very bizarre video clip, which has already amassed almost half a million views since it upload earlier this week.

The nail art page, which boasts almost two million followers on Instagram, shared a video of the design process, before showing a woman eating the noodles attached to her nails

The nail art page, which boasts almost two million followers on Instagram, shared a video of the design process, before showing a woman eating the noodles attached to her nails

'This can't be healthy to eat': Shocked followers quickly took to Instagram with divided opinion about the creation

‘This can’t be healthy to eat’: Shocked followers quickly took to Instagram with divided opinion about the creation

And the design proved to be a talking point among the account’s followers who were divided over the creation.

‘This can’t be healthy to eat’, one fan argued, while another agreed, adding: ‘I love the colour. Not a fan of the food nails’.

However others praised the odd design, with one writing: ‘I want this!’ and another adding: ‘I love it! Total Surrealism. You are the best’. 

‘This is so creative. I’m beyond impressed. It’s a built in snack’, while another said of the account: ‘These started out so good now they’ve just gone way too far!’.

In the 'noodle manicure' video the nail technician is seen giving a customer a standard manicure with square pale yellow acrylic nails

In the ‘noodle manicure’ video the nail technician is seen giving a customer a standard manicure with square pale yellow acrylic nails

The manicurist is seen breaking up a block of uncooked, hard instant noodles ready for her clients nails in the nail noodle video

The manicurist is seen breaking up a block of uncooked, hard instant noodles ready for her clients nails in the nail noodle video

In the 'noodle manicure' video the nail technician is then seen pasting glue to the top of the strip of hardened noodles

In the ‘noodle manicure’ video the nail technician is then seen pasting glue to the top of the strip of hardened noodles

The manicurist in the noodle nail video then attaches thin strips of uncooked instant noodles to the bottom of the nails with glue, letting them set

The manicurist in the noodle nail video then attaches thin strips of uncooked instant noodles to the bottom of the nails with glue, letting them set

The nail model is then seen dipping the uncooked noodles into the boiling flavoured water before they soften and she takes a bite of the instant snack attached to her fingers

The nail model is then seen dipping the uncooked noodles into the boiling flavoured water before they soften and she takes a bite of the instant snack attached to her fingers

At the beginning of the month the account sent Instagram wild with a bizarre Starbucks manicure design.

The nail account shared a captivating video tutorial of the nail being designed, with the caption ‘Coffee?’

In the video, a nail technician is seen layering on acrylic around a cylinder placed over the tip of the finger, before filing it into a cup shape complete with a hole.

She then carefully paints on the Starbucks logo with a fine needle in an incredible display of freehand nail art, before holding it under a coffee tap.

Adding a small lid and short straw, a woman is then seen drinking coffee from the miniature cup, much to the astonishment of followers. 

At the beginning of the month the account sent Instagram wild with a bizarre Starbucks manicure design 

At the beginning of the month the account sent Instagram wild with a bizarre Starbucks manicure design 

The Nail Art page shared a video of the quirky nail being designed, before it was filled with a shot of coffee and showed a woman drinking from it

The Nail Art page shared a video of the quirky nail being designed, before it was filled with a shot of coffee and showed a woman drinking from it

Users quickly went wild over the design, with many branding it fascinating, while others questioned its hygiene and the aesthetics of it

Users quickly went wild over the design, with many branding it fascinating, while others questioned its hygiene and the aesthetics of it

The design racked up almost 170,000 views in less than 24 hours, garnering hundreds of comments.

Joking that the design was great for a regular caffeine fix, one follower wrote: ‘OMFG. When you need that little coffee bump throughout the day.’

A crafty student joked: ‘Top 10 ways to sneak food into class’, while an alcohol-loving fan pondered: ‘And what about whiskey?’.

The nail account shared a captivating video tutorial of the nail being designed, with the caption 'Coffee'?, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

The nail account shared a captivating video tutorial of the nail being designed, with the caption ‘Coffee’?, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

In the video the nail technician is seen layering on acrylic around a cylinder placed over the tip of the finger, before filing it into a cup shape complete with a hole, in the clip uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

In the video the nail technician is seen layering on acrylic around a cylinder placed over the tip of the finger, before filing it into a cup shape complete with a hole, in the clip uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

She is then captured carefully painting on the Starbucks logo with a fine needle in an incredible display of freehand nail art, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

She is then captured carefully painting on the Starbucks logo with a fine needle in an incredible display of freehand nail art, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

Questioning the functionality, another wrote: ‘That’s a little cup of coffee? So how many refills am I going to make?’.

‘Ah yes anyway I would be too frustrated to have a drop especially for so much,’ another agreed. 

Another praised the design, writing: ‘ Two of my favorite things in one!’.

But others weren’t so sure, with another adding: ‘This is quite repulsive’, while one wrote: ‘That’s just unsanitary at that point.’

The technician is seen showing amazing attention to detail, painting on the letters of the logo on the nail, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

The technician is seen showing amazing attention to detail, painting on the letters of the logo on the nail, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

She then holds the cup shaped nail under a coffee tap- seen alongside a huge full sized cup being filled up, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

She then holds the cup shaped nail under a coffee tap- seen alongside a huge full sized cup being filled up, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

The design racked up almost 170,000 views in less than 24 hours, garnering hundreds of comments, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

The design racked up almost 170,000 views in less than 24 hours, garnering hundreds of comments, in the video uploaded to Moscow-based manicurists Nail Sunny of a functional Starbucks coffee cup design

Joking that the design was great for a regular caffeine fix, one follower wrote: 'OMFG. When you need that little coffee bump throughout the day.'

Questioning the functionality, another wrote: 'That’s a little cup of coffee? So how many refills am I going to make?'.

Joking that the design was great for a regular caffeine fix, one follower wrote: ‘OMFG. When you need that little coffee bump throughout the day’

Another agreed, writing: ‘First thing that came to my mind was hygiene’, while one questioned: ‘How does she house work like this?’ 

In January the same nail salon shared a design which showed a miniature version of Kim Kardashian twerking.

The post, which quickly went viral, detailed just how the fascinating manicure was designed, garnering millions of likes.



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