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You Can Now Wear Actual Living Plants On Your Nails...

Who needs a garden when you can literally have stuff growing on your hands?

We've seen a lot of nail trends over the years - furry nails, astrology nails, and even weed manicures, which involve tiny pieces of actual marijuana being added to one's nail as part of the design.

But we hadn't seen it all yet - not until #SucculentNails hit Instagram. The latest nail trend involves transplanting actual plant life onto your nails, and you can thank Australian artist Roz Borg for coming up with the technique.

Borg uses glue specifically made for plants to adhere baby succulents to fake nails, which she then applies to her real nails. The whole process takes around an hour per hand, and once the glue eventually releases its hold, you can transplant the succulents into a flowerpot or whathaveyou and they'll continue to grow as normal.

 

"People are stunned when they realize it's real live plants, not 3D sculpting," Borg told the Huffington Post. "Some people are grossed out, but most love it!"

Yeah, count me in the "grossed out" category, but you've gotta give her props for creativity.

What do you think? Would you rock this straight-outta-the-garden manicure?

[Photo: Instagram]

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