Fashion trends are always on the move, each style coming and going through the seasons, and nail fashions are no different. Nail art is taking its rightful place alongside the top clothing designers on the catwalks of Paris, Milan, New York and London, and amongst other places, Japan, China and downtown Pasadena, host an annual Nail Expos. The designs that come out of these shows end up being reproduced by manicurists around the world.
New season – new nails! The latest nail trends are somewhere in between minimalism and maximalism. Nail artists like to transform the latest fashion trends into cool manicures, so get ready to see everything from logo nails to clear nail art. Flip through this article to discover the hottest nail trends for spring 2019.
Wearing fabulous nail art is a great way to stand out. Fashionable ladies always follow the latest manicure trends from the runways. That’s why we rounded up some of the coolest nail designs that you shouldn’t miss from fashion month. All of these manicures are wearable, so you won’t have any trouble with recreating the looks. Swipe through the pictures below to see what manis to rock in spring 2019.
In the nail department, you’ll be happy to hear that trends are extremely diverse for fall 2018. It doesn’t matter if you are a fan of minimalist nail art, or you want to go all the way in. This list brings you some of the most popular nail designs for the upcoming season. Get ready to choose your favorites.
This summer we had a lot of interesting nail trends. The biggest one was the fruit nail trend. Well, the summer is going to end soon, so you better put your favorite fruit on your nails while you still have time. The Fall/Winter 2017 nail trends are knocking on our door and they won’t disappoint.
The upcoming season offers a variety of intricate nail designs that involve chains and other 3D decorations. This isn’t for every day but can make a huge statement when you feel extra bold. You can also get logo nails to celebrate your favorite fashion brand. Balenciaga and Marc Jacobs are just a few of the many fashion houses that opted for logo nails for their runway shows.
Another major nail trend is the dry-brushing. To achieve the dry brush effect on your nails wipe the most of the color from the brush and apply the nail polish on your nails with random strokes. This nail design is very wearable and you have multiple color options to experiment with.
Nail designs in neutral colors are always in style. For this Fall/Winter 2017 choose sandy and beigey nudes with cold undertones. Mix a couple of colors to break the monotony. Tipped manis are also trending this fall. All you need to do is draw curved swipes or small triangles on the tips of your nails. This is a modern upgrade of the classic French manicure.
If you want to spice things up opt for glitter. Add just a bit of glitter on strategic parts of your nails and you are ready to go. The hints of gold on dark and vibrant nail colors are a must-try as well for Fall/Winter 2017.
Take a look at the biggest nail trends for Fall/Winter 2017 and get inspired.
It seems like Balenciaga once again sparked a new trending topic, but this time it wasn’t about clothing or accessories. After the brand’s Fall 2017 show, people have been going crazy over logo nails. Balenciaga’s models appeared on the runway, not only wearing the most amazing clothes but also having the coolest nails.
The nail artist Mei Kawajiri created this special logo nail manicure and started a major trend all over Instagram. This New York-based artist has collaborated with the French fashion house and many different celebrities in the past.
She is also responsible for the crystallized extra-long scarlet talons for Balenciaga’s spring/summer 2017 show that took place in October. Many other celebrity nail artists started following the logo trend.
The manicurist used a very minimalistic design, that is both sophisticated and glamorous at the same time. Every model had a set of the signature letter “B’ on their thumbs while keeping the look clean and simple with a glossy nail polish from the brand Kure Bazaar on every fingertip.
Jin Soon, the brain behind Marc Jacobs‘s fall nails used the brand’s nail polishes to make deeply glamorous looks. He finished by adding the “Marc Jacobs’ letters to some of the models, while others only had double J’s on their pinky fingertips.
But the nail logomania doesn’t stop there. The famous artist and curator Petra Collins found the perfect way to announce that she is the new face of Gucci‘s latest fragrance. Her pink logo nails are a masterpiece done by the expert Madeline Poole.
The It girl Gigi Hadid showed off her Tommy Hilfiger nails during press for her debut collection with the famous designer. Marysol Inzerillo is the manicurist who made sure that Gigi had her perfect nails for a perfect debut.
Jessica Washick, who is a designer for Nike, showed off her new nails on her Instagram profile. She is also a very talented nail artist.
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This is just another way of showing that fashion has no limits. If you can’t afford to put your hands on an expensive piece of the luxurious collections, you might feel comforted by getting your branded nails done. Balenciaga, Gucci, Adidas, Nike, Puma and Hermes are only a part of the brands whose logos have been popping up on nails. Just find yourself a good nail artist and you will feel like a celebrity, too.
Every year, the nails on the runways astound us, and the spring/ summer 2017 nails are no different. It is incredible how such a small canvas can lend itself to so much creativity, and how big of an impact it can have on the whole outfit. The spring/ summer 2017 nail trends are all about playing with expectations, whether by playing with bare nails or going all out with designs.
Some of the nail stylists this season kept things subdued, while others chose to be loud, with appliques. The spring/ summer 2017 nail polish and nail art trends certainly have something for everybody. Before I get into the designs, let’s talk a bit about the predominant shapes of spring 2017 nails.
Short & Rounded ” We saw a lot of shorter nails on the runways this season. Maybe it’s a representation of the fashion world’s shift towards androgyny, or perhaps it’s simply a question of ease of maintenance. Either way, short nails can be cute, and there are a ton of nail polish options for them.
Oval ” Oval nails will always be in style, because their shape is elegant yet practical. They are long enough to allow manicurists to get a little wilder with their designs, but because they are not too long the nail never looks over the top.
Almond ” Most nail artists opted for natural nail lengths, but a few broke the theme, and went all out with long press on nails. However, even with the off the rail nail designs at Libertine, the shape of the long nails was kept almond, rather than the more extreme stiletto nail shape.
#1. Semi Bare Nails with Splashes of Color
A big trend this season was all about making a splash! At a lot of different shows, manicurists created low effort yet high impact spring/ summer 2017 nail trends, by adorning the nails with just a splash of polish.
At the Alice + Olivia and Proenza Schouler shows, the effect of the manicure was on the seemingly haphazard side. At Alice + Olivia, a closer look showed that the shades of dark green actually created flowy patterns, while at Proenza Schouler, the designs were just truly abstract shapes and lines in black.
The models at Emilio de La Morena had a sweep of baby pink polish applied to only half the nail, really keeping this trend simple. We saw a similar design at Vera Wang, but with black or white nail polish instead of pink, placed in the center of the nail with a matte top coat.
At Novis, the touch of color came from one or two small squares of teal or royal blue applied either near the top or bottom of the nail.
Lastly, at Creatures of Comfort, nail pro Alicia Torello gave colorful French tips to bare nails, and applied a gold decal at the base for a touch of geometric glam.
#2. 3 Dimensional Appliques
Nails are growing; not just in length, but in thickness, thanks to some incredible 3 dimensional appliques. CND was in charge of the 2017 nails at Libertine, and man, did they rock it. Each model sported a different design ” in most cases, each hand sported a different design. We saw jewels, beads, pink fuzz, and my personal favorite: puppy faces! This isn’t one of those 2017 nail trends anyone could get away with, but if your job is more permissive, go for it!
#3. Bedazzled Nails
Most designers this year did not want the nails to steal the show, but a few were exceptional and unafraid, so their runways sported glammed up and bedazzled 2017 nails. The secret to sporting such an exuberant style is precise jewel application, and a very strong nail glue.
At Philipp Plein, the bedazzled nails were subtle ” little golden jewels were camouflaged by an all-over gold polish. At The Blonds, nails were painted monochromatic shades, and then topped with three jewels along the center.
#4. Stripey and Sketchy Designs
There is something about special about getting a little free flowing with the nail brush, and doing whatever your mind desires. Nails are a canvas that allows for a lot of creativity, despite their small size, and playing with lines is one way to get interesting. We saw some lovely sketchy and line-based spring 2017 nail art trends this season.
At Christian Siriano, we saw this expressed with tiny, lovely black and white designs drawn along the edge and sides of the nails, over a teal base color. At Betty and Veronica by Rachel Antonoff, it was a lot cuter (dare I say, cutesy?) with sketchy red and pink hearts dotted over a white base color.
The stripey nail design choice for the Nicole Miller show was all about crosses in contrasting shades of green and red, painted over a bare nail, another of the season’s trends. We also saw crosses on the Michelle Helene runways ” but the red stripes were tiny, and layered over a bright silver base.
#5. White Nails
Out of the easier to achieve spring 2017 nail art trends, this is one that is a little harder to pull off. Solid white nails can be really cool when applied perfectly, and paired with tastefully color-blocked outfits. However, the wrong patterned shirt, or an awkward nail shape might end up looking as though you used whiteout to paint your nails!
#6. Predominant Top Color
This is an application style we saw with a few of the spring/ summer 2017 nails. The effect is quite striking, and mercifully easy to achieve. Nail artists painted first a base coat of color, and then almost completely covered it with a top color, only leaving a bit of the bottom polish showing.
At Fyodor Golan, solid white was applied over a blue base, for a cool half moon manicure effect. At Phillip Lim, silver polish was applied in the center, on top of white that only showed on the periphery of the nail.
At Taoray Wang, the creative manicure was achieved by nail expert Rose Velez-Miggins, who painted the nails with a coat of warm beige, and then with a small brush applied baby blue like an extreme half moon, showing how easy no mess French oval tips can be achieved with this technique.
#7. Nude Nails
I’m so happy to see that nude nail polish is still in for the spring/ summer 2017 manicure trends, because it is so fresh, healthy, and natural, but still a little unique. Traditionally, after all, we were used to seeing nude nails paired with white French tips.
The choice for nude nails dominated at Alexander Wang, but there were also a few examples of this nail color at Mulberry.
At Tanya Taylor, nails were nude with a twist, as diagonal sweeps of orange, mint, fuchsia, or yellow were applied both at the bottom and near the tips. We also saw this done creatively at Rodarte.
#8. Creative Twists on the French Manicure
Few nail artists wanted to bring back the plain old French manicure to the spring 2017 nail trends. Instead, they opted for clever and unique takes on the traditional style, whether by utilizing nontraditional colors or by playing with the shapes.
Celebrity manicurist Miss Pop, for example, painted diagonal white stripes on the models at Marissa Webb, creating a graphic take on the classic French manicure.
Cushnie et Ochs shows asymmetrical white stripes with nude base.
The French manicures at the Rebecca Minkoff show were especially graphic, with shades of red and white polish alternating as main and tip colors.
At Opening Ceremony, nail artist Naomi Yasuda gave models graphic black tips, with red, white, and yellow strips separating the bare bottom part of the nail.
Lastly, my favorite French manicure (possibly my favorite 2017 nails altogether) was on the Carmen Marc Valvo runway, where the tips were in shades of either white in black, but another stripe was added right below the tips, creating a cool graphic effect.
#9. Soft & Feminine Pinks
The most romantic of the spring 2017 manicure trends is certainly the pink nails. They are soft and bright, and exude perfect springtime health.
At Jill Stuart, the manicures were glossy in a cool shade of pink, while at Temperley London, the models’ nails were adorned in a glossy peach shade, to bring in more of a summer cheer. At Blumarine, the choice was a bright, warm pink shade for a vibe that is girlish and yet outgoing.
#10. Matte Metallics
Remember the sand nail polish trend from 2011? A small, subtle, and lovely iteration of it is back for the spring 2017 nails. This season a lot of designers opted for metallic gold and silver nails, but instead of allowing them to shine too much, they were painted over with a matte top coat. This was an especially interesting choice, when contrasted with all the solid, glossy colors we saw at some of the other shows.
At Cividini, we saw a solid gold nail, with a few flakes of silver, which was layered with a matte top coat.
On the Michael Costello runway, nails were painted a matte shade of gold, but also fell into another of summer 2017 nail art trends: weird French manicures. The tips of the models’ nails were painted a deep purplish burgundy. There were also some matte silver nails at Desigual, in addition to a few other designs.
#11. Ombre Nails
The ombre nail looks tough to achieve, but it is actually anything but boring! That is why we are so happy it is one of the summer 2017 nail trends. To create an awesome ombre nail, simply paint a nail polish sponge with the colors you want, and then stipple it on the nail! The effect is quick and seamless. Just one tiny tip ” cover your cuticles with clear tape beforehand, for easy clean up.
At Desigual, one of their nail designs was a tricolor ombre in bright shades of pink blue and yellow, while another was an ombre in shades of white and yellow. At Naeem Khan, it was a softer ombre of nude transitioning into pink at the tips, almost like an ombre French manicure, but not quite. At Monse, the lower shade was also nude, but it transformed into a taupe at the tips.
#12. Polish on the Cuticles
You have to be careful with some of the spring/ summer 2017 nail trends, because if you do them wrong they could look sloppy. However, if you get them right the effect is unique and stylish.
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This is true for nail artist Tracylee’s choice at Rodarte to paint the nails in a nude color (another of this season’s trends), and painting a thin stripe of golden glitter along the cuticle. With soft, shimmery colors and a clean touch this effect is lovely, but chances are most other color combinations would not work as well.
#13. Red Nails
These are the sexiest of the spring 2017 nail trends. I am talking about red nails, of course. A sweep of red will always emanate glamour, seduction, and just a touch of playfulness.
At Emporio Armani, the manicurists went full force with a dark and deep shade of red that brought the models’ rounded nails out of plainness. The main color Julie Kandalec chose for the models at the Rag & Bone runway was a classy, cool red.
At Leitmotiv, the choice was for a more cheerful orange red, that had all the seduction but with an added feel of summer joy. For all runways, the finish of choice was glossy and fresh.
Lastly, at Charlotte Olympia, we saw bright red nails, but with a bare half-moon at the bottom, creating a red reverse French.
#14. Burgundy Nails
We also saw as one of the spring/ summer 2017 nail trends the darker, angrier sister of the red nail ” burgundy. Burgundy nail polish doubles the seductive danger of red, while adding a touch of mysterious gothiness.
It was quite a daring choice, both for the nail artists at Monique Lhuillier and at Kate Spade to choose such a color that seems so antithetical to the season ” but who said summer had to be all pastels? One more thing of note ” we are still seeing glossy finishes with this shade, as well.
#15. Midnight Nails
Burgundy wasn’t the only gothy of the spring/ summer 2017 nail art trends. Manicurists at a few shows opted for midnight shades, representative perhaps of a warm summer night’s sky.
At Marchesa, it was a starry sky effect, thanks to a gunmetal dark gray, flecked with black and silver glitter. At Rag & Bone, we saw some eternally edgy black nails, interspersed with the predominant red manicures.
Lastly, at DKNY, a navy blue shade of polish reminded us of the sky, immediately after the sun goes down.
#16. Glossy Nails
And to seal the deal about matte nails being out, and glossy ones coming back in, we have Tibi presenting some of the various summer 2017 nails possible. We saw the models’ round and oval shaped nails painted with solid and glossy shades of gray, orange, and mint.
At the Jeremy Scott show, models sported brightly colored nails, save for a drop of a contrasting color at the bottom of the nail.
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When it comes to the nails, we are always looking for something, new, something different and something trendy. We do not normally consider the nails to be majorly affected by trends, but lately that has been changing drastically. Much like the rest of a beauty look, from the clothing to the shoes, the accessories and the makeup or hair, the nails are an essential part to completing a general outfit, jazzing it up or toning it down. Somehow, the nails seem to set the mood more often than not. We have seen some pretty cool designs for the spring season, so it is quite likely that the fall/ winter 2016-2017 nail trends will have something similar to present.
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Those little digits can really change the atmosphere you are trying to portray. For example, the same suit takes on a sexier, more come-hither tone when the nails are a bright red, while the clear polish presents a woman set on work only. Glitter adds some spice to date night, while a fun design shows off some personality. Which of these fall/ winter 2016-2017 nail art and nail polish trends are most to your liking?
Before anything, we should mention the nail shapes that are most commonly seen on the runways. For the spring, it was a combination of rounded and squoval, adding length while keeping things less angular than many would prefer. On the contrary, oval and almond were the main shapes. For the fall/winter it appears we are not really seeing much of a change there. Short, rounded nails are actually more in line with the designer trends. So once again, the top shapes for the nails are:
• Squoval or Squared Oval
• Long Almond
As for the overall lacquer and nail art trends for fall 2016, we are looking at:
#1: Darkest of Dark Polishes
Just like the beauty trends veering towards some really dark hues for the lips, the nails are also seeing a gothic overhaul, giving the manicure a more sinister effect. We are seeing black polish and darkest of greys, some really dark purples and others that hint at black. DKNY adds half circles at the top of the nail in a taupe coloring over the black in order to spice things up. Rodarte not only used gorgeous black lacquer but added a dark raisin outline to it to draw the eyes to those digits with ease.
Black nail polish is also often used as base, such as that seen on the Fenty X Puma by Rihanna runway, the frosty tips appearing to drip down from snowy mountaintops. As for the dark plum, you see matching nails and lips at Nicholas K. with the nightshade hues, the nails appearing to be a combination of eggplant, graphite and black dipped in black velvet.
Finally, the dark nails often have a certain gradient effect to them as well, with Tanya Taylor showing off brown to black creations with aplomb. And then, the addition of crystals and pearls on the nails with a matte black background are what make the Lulu Frost nails so very covetable for the fall and winter seasons of this year.
#2: Slivers of Silver
It was huge for spring and it certainly makes one of the best fall/ winter 2016-2017 nail trends. The silver additions throughout the collections are seen as an ode to the future, where apparently everything is expected to be gleaming metallic. Opening Ceremony played up the silver and the futuristic with icicle dripping nails, really giving it the winter do over.
All silver nails for fall 2016 are indeed quite the delight actually when considering what we see at Creatures of the Wind. The squoval short nails are beyond attractive with the chrome base, while the golden addition of a half moon at the cuticle is hard to ignore.
Darker silver in the look of chrome is found at Jill Stuart on exceedingly short nails, giving a touch of rebellion to a utilitarian design. At the end of the day though, the shining, metallic dark silver Roland nails on a squoval shape are possibly the best in this particular category, screaming wealth and dignity.
#3: Swarovski & Rhinestone Embellishments
Bright and shiny is nice and cool but it is the Swarovski crystals that add wealth and luxury to the nails. Area brings in simple manicures with gorgeous crystal additions, the designs not as important as the existence of those crystals itself. Libertine brings out the shine with the crystals embellishing some extremely funky looking nails, with eyes staring back at you. This is certainly a trend to try out and to show off, sprucing up even the drabbest of attire with ease.
#4: Glitter Manicure is Your Best Friend
Ahhh‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë¬¨‚àÇ the glitter is everywhere! For all of 2016, shimmers and glitter are all over the place, from the shoes to the handbags, the clothing and the fall 2016 nails. In spring it was a top trend and now it has become major for the fall as well.
We can enjoy the loveliest of glittering nails for fall 2016 in not so French style French manicures such as the golden tips seen at Carmen Marc Valvo, the teenager-friendly long starry negative space talons with the hot pink glitter polish, and the extremely long claws that appear in dark glitter and a silver base at 5:31 Jerome’s fall 2016 show.
Golden stars on the nails with negative space at Jenny Packham are a rather delightful sight, adding a bit of youthfulness to the overall look. VFiles adds in glitter on the cuticles, extending the look of the nails and giving the hands a very holiday-spirited effect.
#5: Add the ’90s Graphics to the Nails
Remember the funky styles for the nails from the ’90s? It was all about the crazy combinations of designs, with colors, drawings, cartoons, flags, and all kinds of interesting trends throughout. The ’90s were truly fun in the nail department, something that a few designers are trying to bring back with gusto. It was pretty cool how some were more minimalistic in the ’90s trends and some really took it all with ease.
DKNY’s half-moons at the top of the nails speak volumes. If you want quirky and darling, you should try the Rachel Antonoff red lip detail with black French tip ideal. It is certainly not an expected look for those digits. 3.1 Phillip Lim and Creatures of Comfort are only two other houses that feature some really lovely graphic nails reminiscent to the last decade of the 20th century.
#6: Add In Some Lines
The spring 2016 trends tended towards lines over rounded nails as well, so seeing the look continue into the fall and winter was to be expected. This is especially normal to find considering the obsession with lines on the clothing as well. They are simple but can have major effect.
Minimal often has maximum appeal and that is what is seen at Delpozo with the clear background and simple line down the center of the nail extending onto the cuticle. A single line of gold foil covers the matte taupe nails at Laquan Smith, creating a sophisticated, womanly appeal that speaks loud and clear about who is in charge.
Lines are added in negative space designs as well, with Veda boasting horizontal stripes in black over clear nails in the background. It is all about the boldness of the line you choose to use. Our favorite use of striped manicure actually resembles a motherboard on a computer, taking into the fashionable trends the latest focus on technology at Jonathan Simkhai.
#7: The Not So French French Manicure
Again a spring look, it was a modified French manicure that swept the runway as a top trend. While it certainly has not kept its place in the fall/ winter 2016-2017 nail trends hierarchy, the different style of French mani looks are certainly attractive and you can do so much with them. For example, at Cushnie et Ochs, the tip was split into a black and dark brock color, the combination is quite lovely and so very perfect for the winter holidays.
We see golden glitter edges at Carmen Marc Valvo, looking so very regal and matching beautifully with the eye makeup, as well as some rather intriguing dripping styles as seen at Novis, with greyish edges and lines down one side appearing as if dripping paint.
#8: Dual Tone Manicures
While the single color lacquer finishes on the nails is quite lovely unto itself, adding a second hue often only adds to the beauty of it all. That can have a futuristic metallic appeal such as at Creatures of the Wind, the chrome base topped with bronzed golden half moons over the cuticle, or the Fenty X Puma by Rihanna digits exploring the frozen tips look over a black base. The gradient manicure is pretty cool as well, using two different colors to get the Tanya Taylor nails.
#9: Expounding the Negative Spaces
The negative space look was huge in 2015, moved into spring of 2016 and has been appearing multiple times over in the fall season of this year, making one of our favorite fall/ winter 2016-2017 nail trends. It appears simply, not as often as we would like and looks amazingly good, but without the pomp and allure of the past seasons.
At Veda, it consists of a single stripe horizontally across the center of each nail appearing in black, while Delpozo gives it an interesting makeover with a single white line stretching down over the cuticle as well, the base of the nails kept clear. Negative space and glitter combine for a teenager’s spasm-worthy performance, all stars and hot pink over long, sharp talons at The Blonds. It might not be what you would wear to work normally, but it certainly livens up a holiday!
#10: Playing with Marble
Who does not love the marble look? Tie-dye has also been seen in 2016, making the marble nails one of the most expected fall/ winter 2016-2017 manicure trends. They look lovely with the more naturalized coloring, mysterious yet visual and oh so covetable. Christian Siriano really plays around with the boundaries of masculinity and femininity, bringing in the subtle but complex designs that reflect on a convoluted personality.
The nails at 3.1 Phillip Lim also have a similar structure, with more contrast and simpler hues, the gel polishes of Sally Henson really creating the right atmosphere. Beautiful marble is one of the best features of the Claudia Li ensembles as well, with the use of pinks and whites really combining for an exceedingly grand effect. Marble simply looks luxurious and marble nails can only add to the beauty of the hands.
#11: Simple Classic Nails
Do you prefer just a simple nail look that works well with work but still appears trending and stylish? Try the taupe on the short, rounded nails. Nothing extravagant, nothing long, nothing colorful. Just simple taupe. You can go for lighter browns as well as with Suno.
Gorgeous simple taupe manicure appears on the Narciso Rodriguez runway show as well, while Boss goes for nearly clear lacquer to suit the overall unhampered and unpretentious vision. It is a simple and classic pink at Derek Lam as well, with short nails and professional use of color, chic and adorable all at once. Jason Wu, on the other hand, goes for the natural colors to the nails and sticks to earthy feels, matte and lovely.
Simple can be colorful too, especially when you want to brighten up your monotonous looks, so look to DSquared2, Jeremy Scott and Sibling for some inspiration.
#12: Those REALLY Funky Nail Art Designs
Okay! We have gone through everything normal and now for some strange reason there are designers who have decided to add fur, strange eye cutouts and anything else you can think of to the fall 2016 nails. It may not be as common as you were wondering when you saw this category, but it is definitely worth a mention. After all, which Libertine fan won’t want a Swarovksi crystal embellished eye staring at them from their fingers?
We can technically tone it down a bit to 3D designs as well, as seen at Bibhu Mohapatra, with the tantalizing feminine looks being quite extraordinary works of art. We should hope Mohapatra’s nails last at least a month. But, if you truly want some crazy nails for fall/ winter 2016-2017, The Blonds has you covered fully‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë¬¨‚àÇ complete with cookies stating eat or lick me on each digit. Delicious!
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