& # 39; It looks like the nail is running away! & # 39; Bride-to-be is proud to share a photo of her huge engagement ring online – but all commenters can focus on the disastrous condition of her fake nails
- The image, which contains the hand of an unnamed woman, was posted in a Facebook page meant for nail shaming
- It seemed like it was taken to show off the woman's engagement ring, but most people couldn't help but point to her bared fake nails
- Comments shot the anonymous woman for how bad her manicure looked
- Her ring finger in particular had an acrylic tip on the edge of the nail
- People wanted to know if the woman knew how bad the nails looked
An expectant bride was embarrassed online for the condition of her acrylic nails after she placed a photo of her hand to show what her engagement ring seemed to be.
In the photo, the bride, who remained anonymous, shared her new engagement ring on her left hand.
But the state of her acrylic nails sent a number of people online to panic when the photo was first shared on Facebook pages about both nail hatred and ring-shaming.
Not good: a Facebook page meant for nail shame shared a photo of a woman's hand. The photo had to show the engagement ring, but instead he pointed to the bad acrylic nails
Speechless: Commenters cast out the anonymous woman for the condition of her nails
As reported by The sun, a Facebook user who happened to the image in a group of people who had mocked damage, decided to cross-post it to a ring-shaming page & # 39 ;, and insisted that both jewelry and manicure of the women deserved to be declared.
& # 39; Place this [here] from That & # 39; s It, I am Nail Shaming, because that ring is just as horrible as what the hell is happening to her nails, & # 39; said the person.
One issue that people had with the bride's nails was that one acrylic nail barely hung on her ring finger.
It seemed that he had grown to the point where he almost fell down. This finger did not fit the condition of the other acrylic nails on the woman's hand.
Despite the large engagement ring that adorned the woman's finger, commentators could not touch the appearance of her fingernails.
& # 39; I am normally not speechless when I look at this type of photo, but damn … I am 100% speechless, a person wrote in the picture.
Another commentator said: & # 39; I couldn't even focus on the ring after seeing the nails. & # 39;
Confused: her ring finger in particular had an acrylic nail on the edge of the nail. And commentators wanted to know if she did it on purpose
Acrylic nails tend to last about two to three weeks, depending on the person. After that period, people often have to go back to the nail studio to fill the base of the nail and file the acrylic paint.
Nail studios can also remove the safety of the nails without tearing parts of the natural nail underneath.
But it looks like the woman pictured still had to return to the nail studio to touch her fingers for her engagement.
However, comments remained confused as to why the ring finger seemed significantly longer than the other nails.
& # 39; I'm so confused … how did that fingernail grow so much faster? & # 39; One person wanted to know.
Another person thought that the woman may have left her ring fingernail for a long time without having to fill it in because the other nails seem more normal.
& # 39; I wanted to say she needs a refill, but because of the looks of her other nails, I think she might have done that ??? Intentional ??? & # 39; The confused commentator wrote on the photo.
If the woman chose to leave the nail on purpose for a long time, she risks it breaking off much faster than the others, which can be painful.
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