Mexican manicurist Lupita Garcia is the creator of ‘scorpion nails‘, one of the most interesting trends in the world. Lupita places real scorpions on the nails.
How terrible is a manicure? The crazy scorpion fingernails that started in Mexico bring a terrible breath to today’s nail polish trends.
Lupita Garcia, the creator of the scorpion nail trend that is now among the indispensable of Latin American women.
Living in Mexico, Lupita Garcia has decided to introduce a new trend in manicure fashion, which will be squeezed through the years of colorful, matte, shiny, patterned nail polish trends.
The young woman, a year ago inspired by poisonous spiders, developed and applied the idea of placing acreas in an organism.
Acrylic nails became popular in a short time. With the opening of the manicure shop where Lupita earns three bucks per customer, this new trend has also increased.
Garcia does not have difficulty finding acres because of the geography in which she lives. Mexico has plenty of scorpions.
There are those who hate as much as the trendy ones that Garcia has created. It is called infertility by some precincts because it makes it easier to place the nails on the fry acreps.
Acne is placed on a layer of nail polish and a strong adhesive is applied as the last layer.
Afterwards, the layer of acrylic nail polish is dried with UV rays and the scorpion is fossilized. This process takes about 30 minutes.
The scorpion fingernails, starting from Mexico and spreading to various parts of the world, seem to be spoken for longer periods of time, even if they lead to disagreements