An Instagram video of an interesting manicure design has gone viral with some fans being left confused and perplexed over the rather gross content of the clip.
Posted by a Moscow-based nail salon, Nail Sunny, the brief clip shows a woman getting her nails done but instead of a traditional manicure, the client, whose face isn’t seen in the video, gets a pooping butt design on her nails.
The time-lapse video, which currently has more than 600,000 views, shows every stage of the pooping butt design process from painting the nails a solid beige color to painting a toilet on top of her nails.
Interesting: Moscow-based nail salon, Nail Sunny, shared a clip to its Instagram of a client getting a pooping butt design
Viral: The video currently has more than 600,000 views and also shows the painting process for the interesting design
The clip also shows the nail technician making a brown color to use as the substance resembling poop and then covering it with a clear coat to design a butt on top of it.
Nail Sunny captioned the video: ‘Video dedicates to all our followers who comments “Oohhh nail sunny sick s**t'” but since it was shared to its Instagram account on Saturday, a lot of fans have left comments sharing their confusion over the bizarre video.
One person wrote: ‘This is stupid and silly plus weird to get it’ while another person commented: ‘Wtf. Who thinks of things like this!?’
Others were quick to defend the nail salon for its video with comment that said: ‘It’s kind of satisfying’ and another that said: ‘Like okay this dumb af but I’m not gonna lie I’m impressed.’
Beginning: The video starts with the nail technician painting the clients’ nails a solid beige color
Crafty: The brief clip also shows the nail technician drilling a hole on top of the nail
Design: After the nail technician drills the hole, she paints the inside of it a light blue color
But regardless of your opinions, the peculiar nail design does use some level of skill, In the opening portion of the clip, after the nail technician is finished painting her nails, she drills a perfectly circular hole into the top of the nail.
Afterward, she paints the inside of the hole a light blue color and then colors the outside of the circle white.
Moments later, she makes a miniature toilet lid out of what appears to be hardened nail polish and then makes the brown color, which is used as the poop, by mixing different paint colors on top of a sheet of foil.
And after she paints a protruding, brown spot on the nail, she covers it with a clear coat so she can better paint the butt design.
Gross: Moments later, she makes the brown color, which is used as the poop, by mixing different paint colors on top of a sheet of foil
Process: And after she paints a protruding, brown spot on the nail, she covers it with a clear coat so she can better paint the butt design
Painting: The nail technician then designs a butt shape on top of the nail
Artistic: And when that’s complete, she presses down on the butt design so fans can see the pooping manicure in action
Final product: The final product shows a perfect manicure with an interesting design twist
And when that’s complete, she presses down on the butt design so fans can see the pooping manicure in action.
This isn’t the first time Nail Sunny has posted rather interesting nail art to its social media because the salon has done a Kardashian-themed manicure that created a distinctly creepy 3D version of Kylie’s baby announcement photo.
The creation was essentially a manicure inception and included a small clay hand holding a replica of Kylie’s own manicured finger.
Nail Sunny has also shared a Valentines Day-themed design that featured two miniature dolls and a heart-shaped box with a sparkly wedding ring inside.
The tiny doll was pictured proposing to the female figurine wearing a flowing burgundy dress and cascading dark locks.
The founders of the amazing salon which does a ton of different transformation manicures and pedicures are young sisters Eleonora and Arina Movsisyan who lived in Los Angeles and took their experiences from the nail and beauty trends there, and brought them to Moscow.