These 3D-Printed Press-On Manicures Are Beyond Insane

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But even their plastic offerings aren’t for shrinking violets. Available in bold, saturated colors like amethyst, raspberry, and royal blue, each piece is a textural landscape of pyramidal studs, web-like lace, and gothic armor. Daring and playful, it’s no wonder that these ornate talons are rapidly gaining traction with the likes of Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Rihanna.

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It didn’t take long for 3D manicures to appear on the runway, either. The Laser Girls recently flaunted their falsies at the 3D Printshow in New York City, where they were joined by 3D-fashion impresarios such as Francis Bitonti Bradley Rothenberg, XYZ Workshop, and Nervous System.

Who says geek can’t be chic?

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[Via Design Milk]

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