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Eun Kyung Park modeled her latest jewelry design - a little black & # 39; nail cap & # 39; sitting at the end of her fingertips

Famous nail artist makes miniature BEANIE hats decorated with jewels for her fingertips – and fans are eager to grab them

  • Eun Kyung Park is the founder of the Unistella salon in Seoul, South Korea
  • She has launched her own custom jewelry line for a much-needed manicure
  • She still has a small piece of black leather & # 39; beanies & # 39; added for your finger tips
  • Park is also behind trends such as wire, broken glass and dried flower manicures
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A famous nail artist has come up with a solution to prevent your finger from getting cold in the winter – & # 39; nail caps & # 39 ;.

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Eun Kyung Park, the founder of the Unistella salon in Seoul, South Korea, and who has worked with both Cara Delevingne and BLACKPINK, came up with the unusual innovation.

Park is already the brain behind a luxury nail jewelry line, with small loop-shaped rings that closely match the wearer's fingertips.

The miniature black & # 39; beanies & # 39; have already been compared to & # 39; fancy sewing thimbles & # 39; but with a fashion twist.

Eun Kyung Park modeled her latest jewelry design - a little black & # 39; nail cap & # 39; sitting at the end of her fingertips

Eun Kyung Park modeled her latest jewelry design – a little black & # 39; nail cap & # 39; sitting at the end of her fingertips

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Park, the founder of the Unistella salon in Seoul, South Korea, debuted the new item on her Instagram page alongside other pieces from her jewelry collection

Park, the founder of the Unistella salon in Seoul, South Korea, debuted the new item on her Instagram page alongside other pieces from her jewelry collection

Park, the founder of the Unistella salon in Seoul, South Korea, debuted the new item on her Instagram page alongside other pieces from her jewelry collection

Some were not impressed with the idea of ​​the Park, they called them & # 39; fancy sewing thimbles & # 39; and another said they look like necrosis & # 39;

Some were not impressed with the idea of ​​the Park, they called them & # 39; fancy sewing thimbles & # 39; and another said they look like necrosis & # 39;

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Some were not impressed with the idea of ​​the Park, they called them & # 39; fancy sewing thimbles & # 39; and another said they look like necrosis & # 39;

Park enthusiastically shared her new item with a short clip of her modeling of the hats alongside pieces from her nail ring collection.

Although usually impractical, the nail jewelry would be suitable for the most stylish street bloggers storming the sidewalks for the fashion week.

A person who was not impressed with the concept wrote: & # 39; Not practical. Ok to carry your fingers around and to twinkle, but seriously? These are beautiful sewable thimbles. & # 39;

Another added: & # 39; Looks like necrosis. & # 39;

The & # 39; studbeanies & # 39; have jewels where the wearer's nail would be and fine chains along the edges
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The & # 39; studbeanies & # 39; have jewels where the wearer's nail would be and fine chains along the edges

The & # 39; studbeanies & # 39; have jewels where the wearer's nail would be and fine chains along the edges

Park, who is also behind the fingernails that triggered the idea behind her nail ring collection, were the brains behind shattered glass nails and the dried flower manicures.

She told it recently Hypebae about her jewelry concept: & # 39; This idea came about when I started to wonder why we always get manicures.

& # 39; I started putting everything I could find on the base layer. That's how the glass nails, wire nails, bracelet nails and all my other cool designs were brought to life.

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& # 39; Then I started looking for something that could be worn on nails, such as rings. I have tried many different things to make that possible. & # 39;

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