AFTER an extremely long Covid-19 lockdown, people were looking forward to getting back to their normal routines, including things like getting their nails and hair down.
One woman, sadly, regretted that decision immediately.
Mom Angelica Yvette Vasquez – who runs the baby boutique Love, Nathanael – shared on social media that she went to the nail salon for the first time in two years to get a manicure.
The picture she had shared with the artist was an abstract french manicure with nude undertones and white tips.
The design seemed simple enough and Vasquez thought she was in good hands.
Unfortunately, she was very wrong.
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I wanted a basic manicure but my nail tech got crazy and went totally rogue
She ended up with chunky, square nails that were shorter than in the photo.
The colors used were also wrong and the design looked sloppy.
She then admitted that she expressed her disappointment with the nails, to which the salon said they would call her to get them fixed.
But they never did.
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Following her video, people rushed to the comment section to slam the nail salon for being so inadequate.
One person wrote: "I'm guessing they hadn't done nails in two years, too."
A second one added: "That design is so easy, I’m so sorry."
"Please tell me this is a joke," a third person demanded.
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And a fourth said: "This is why I never get my nails done.
"It's extremely hard to find a good nail tech."
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