I have the perfect solution for when you're in between pedicures, it's weird but it does the job & no-one would know

SUMMER is right around the corner, which means sandal season is quickly approaching.

While your toes are much more on display during the warmer months, staying on top of your pedicure is not so easy.


Thankfully, there's a quick and easy trick to fake the perfect pedicure if you're in a pinch.

A clever woman, who goes by the name Briizzll on TikTok, shared how she had to have her toenail removed and how she covers it up.

In one video, she explained that she continued to get regular pedicures even though she thought she had an ingrown nail.

Then, one salon told her that her toenail looked like it was growing weird, so the woman went to the doctor to get it checked out.

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According to Briizzll, as soon as her doctor saw her toe, he said it had to come off.

So, while her toe is healing and growing back, the woman came up with a way to still give off the impression of perfectly polished toes.

In another video, she simply took a bandaid and painted the shape of a toenail on it in the same color as the rest of her toes.

After letting the painted bandaid cure under a UV lamp, she just stuck the bandaid over her damaged toe, and she was set for a night out.

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Several people were impressed by Briizzll's trick, like one who wrote: "I honestly couldn’t even tell! That’s awesome."

Another added: "Where was this when I needed it?"

A friend of hers commented, as well, and said: "The fact that I saw this in real life and couldn’t tell is beyond me."

Even Dr. Sandra Lee, aka Dr. Pimple Popper, liked the woman's idea and commented: "That’s pretty great."

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Meanwhile, one woman asked for a stiletto manicure but now her nails look like chunks of garlic.

Additionally, another woman wanted a cute sunflower nail design for summer, but people said it’s the worst nail fail they’ve seen.


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