Manicure comes with mini barbecue which cooks kebabs on open fire
Fans are divided by this barbecue nail art
By now you’re probably seen some of Nail Sunny’s wacky creations.
The Russian salon has made quite a name for itself for having weirdly intricate manicures and pedicures inspired by the events of the year, celebrities and downright weird things (remember the teeth manicure? shudders).
And now that things are a bit quieter, the salon has turned its attention to the weather.
With warmer temperatures hitting parts of the world, perfect for BBQ weather, the manicurists at Nail Sunny have come up with a summer-inspired look.
They’ve created a manicure that incorporates a mini BBQ and includes a live fire.
The look involves sheers coming out of the nail which have ‘kebabs’ attached, roasting over an open fire.
Nail Sunny’s risky look has fans divided. Though they often come up with controversial looks, the salon is enjoying global success.
It has several locations in Russia and a recently opened a branch in Los Angeles.
The salon racked up over 100,000 views after posting the BBQ manicure, captioned: ‘Kebab nails #nailsunnytutorial’.
In the clip, the manicurist was filmed filing the nails and cutting the cuticles before painting with a clear polish.
Using aluminum from an empty drinks can, the artist made small skewers for the kebab, using a wax substance to replicate the meat and vegetables.
The small finger even had a tiny salad attached to the nail.
The BBQ stand was then fixed on the other hand, attached to four fingers to stand it up.
Quite dangerously, a fire was lit on the small BBQ to complete the look.
Not everyone is feeling it though. One person commented: ‘This is some messed up s*** right here.’ and ‘I hate this type of nail art so much’.
Meanwhile others said they enjoy Nail Sunny’s usually daring videos.
‘I’ve been waiting for this type of content!!!!! Missed it,’ wrote one user.
While another commenter said they normally enjoy the quirky creations but this one lacked the quality: ‘I love the idea of showing off your skills through funny yet impractical ideas but often it seems like the skill part was overlooks for the speed of new content. These look like a middle school art project.’
What are your thoughts?