This Is The Raddest Thing To Happen To Nail Polish

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Calling everyone who loves fabulous nail art, but lacks either the time, energy, or creativity to actually try it: Leopard-print nail polish is officially a thing. In other news, dreams do come true, and yes, it's the future.
Invented by Uslu Airlines, the five-free ANE first launched in Tokyo, where it was a cult smash. It's not hard to see why: Even the laziest nail polish aficionados can create animal-print art with it. It already has little flecks that are shaped like leopard spots — so all you need to do is paint it on.
While it eliminates the need to do tiny detail work, this lacquer still allows for creativity. Because it has a clear base, you can use it alone for a minimalist vibe — or, apply it over another color for a custom animal print.
The polish is available in Europe as of today. While we know it'll make its way to the U.S. eventually, we have yet to confirm exactly when and where you'll be able to get your paws on it. So, stay tuned. In the meantime, let us know how you feel about this nail-art game-changer. We'll just be here thinking about all the hours of our lives we wasted trying to paint on leopard spots one-by-one.
Uslu Airlines Nail Polish in ANE, $27.28, available internationally only at Uslu Airlines.

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