'Succulent Nails’ That Will (Literally) Grow On You.


Who said plants only grow on potted plants and the ground?

When you think about something growing on your nails other than your nails, you immediately start to panic. But in this case it's a good thing because it's not some kind of gross warty growth. As you know, flowers and plants have an amazing way of brightening a home, a hospital, a backyard and shopping centers. So why not let them brighten up your hands too? That's what one Aussie artist did. So she started jazzing her nails, jewelry and even wedding accessories with these tiny plants called succulents and ended up turning them into a trendy sensation on Instagram.

They look pretty cool on your fingers and nails too. They also quite honestly put Lee Press On Nails and conventional rings to shame.