May 13, 2022
I wanted a simple nail design for my wedding –they looked so bad I ended up fixing them myself, they’ll haunt me forever
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Taking to social media, the woman who goes by Jen has shown viewers the disaster that was meant to be her wedding day nails.3Assuming the nail tech wouldn't disappoint, Jen got her nails done the day before her weddingCredit: TikTok/realpohtaetoe 3Jen's requested nail design was simple – clear nails featuring golden tipsCredit: TikTok/realpohtaetoe
For her big day, Jen opted for a simple design – clear nails with golden tips.
The bride was confident that the nail tech would deliver, writing in the comments section of her video: "Their Insta showed really good nail art and they had really good reviews so I thought they weren’t going to disappoint."
Unfortunately, Jen was left with bulky distasteful 'tips' that were a far cry from what she requested, the golden tips covering most of the nail bed.
The golden color was also off compared to Jen's inspiration photo, the color on Jen's botched nails taking on an artificial appearance.Read more on nailsNAILED IT I’m a nail tech earning $800 a DAY, people think it's pricey but I’m an artistNAIELD IT I'm a nail tech and there are certain things we HATE customers asking
And according to the newly-wed, she went with her family and friends because she thought it "would be a fun pre-wedding event," but nearly all of them had a bad nail experience
With her wedding ceremony just around the corner, Jen had to redeem the bad nail job herself.
"I ended up painting my own nails at 1:00am - a few hours before my wedding," she captioned her clip.
People in the comments section were bewildered by the whole ordeal.Most read in LifestyleSKIM POSSIBILITIES I spent $746 on SKIMS clothing – one outfit made me look like a grandmaTRADE IT IN I'm a Trader Joe's superfan & I never buy 3 items in store - here's whyCOFFEE SHOP TALK I worked at Dunkin Donuts – the drink you should never orderINSIDER SECRETS I'm an interior architect – the 5 mistakes that make your house look cheap
"Y’all need to start speaking up," someone wrote.
"No. I would not have let them finish after the first coat," another asserted.
"Why would you allow them to keep going after the first nail?" a third questioned.
"Sis are you okay?" someone inquired, to which Jen responded, "this still haunts me lol."Read More On The SunWHERE IS HE? Chilling clues in note & call could reveal where boy missing for 11 years isSTOP THE SPREAD I'm a gardening expert - my nine weeding hacks can save you money and time
One user advised: "Always do a test run. And ask for the same nail tech once you’re happy with what you tested out."
"This can’t be real," a final person mused.3Jen ended up with bulky tips, the gold taking on an artificial appearanceCredit: TikTok/realpohtaetoe
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Suspect Remains Hospitalized After Woodlawn Nail Spa Explosion
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A man is in serious condition after a fire he set caused an explosion Monday night at a Woodlawn nail salon, police said. Four officers and two EMS responders were injured in the blast.
Baltimore County Officers responded shortly after 9:15 p.m. to the 1700 block of Rolling Road for a reported disturbance involving “a known individual,” police said. There, they found a man who refused to leave the salon.READ MORE: Maryland Zoo Announces Movie Nights, Parties Tied To Dinosaur Exhibit
Police said the man did not respond to officers’ commands and ran to the back of the store, where he started the fire that caused the explosion. The suspect remains in the hospital with life-threatening injuries.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Hospitalizations Surpass 400, Positivity Rate Above 8%
The officers and other first responders injured suffered minor or non-life-threatening injuries. One officer remains hospitalized for observation, police said.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and a Howard County Fire and Rescue ignitable liquids detection K9 team assisted with processing the scene.MORE NEWS: Maryland Weather: Bright & Breezy Tuesday
Charges will be pending for the suspect, police said.