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Bizarre Starbucks Manicure Lets You Drink Coffee From Your Nails

If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “You know, I would love a little pick me up at work right now, but I just don’t have time to make a Starbucks run,” there’s a manicure just for you.

A salon in Moscow, Russia is bridging the gap between continents with its shared love of coffee.

A nail technician from the salon Nail Sunny, which is quickly becoming well known for its absurd nail art — including creepy “feet nails” — posted a video on Instagram recently, demonstrating how she makes a tiny Starbucks cup that you can adhere to your nail and drink from.

The video, which already has over 200,000 views, shows the tech carving out of plaster a mini Starbucks cup, placing it on a nail, painting on the Starbucks logo with a needle, placing the cup under a coffee spout and drinking out of it. Yes, there is a straw (no word if it’s biodegradable). This entire video is completely ridiculous, and is guaranteed to make your day better.

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Many commenters couldn’t believe their eyes, while others called the manicure straight up unsanitary. In the end, however, this Instagram account, which has nearly 2 million followers, is really just a display of skill. It’s doubtful anyone will actually pay to get this done to their nails…right?

This functional type of nail art might just be a new trend for Nail Sunny. Prior to creating Starbucks nails, they created vodka and caviar nails. Bottoms up!

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