Manicurist’s over-the-top bejeweled nails are a whole new art form

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One way to show off your personality is with your nails. 

Orlando manicurist Edgar Pachek’s maximalist aesthetic is all personalityPachek doesn’t do short nails, so don’t ask! The craftsman only works with lengthy, pointed or coffin-shaped acrylics. Each design is jampacked with embellishments like pearls, crystals, glitter and flowers — sometimes all at once

Take his Versace inspired nails for instance. Pachek ensured that each nail was its own unique art piece. The client’s pinky features two Baroque-style cherubs on a white nail, adorned with a giant brooch-like set of crystals.

The ring finger is black and gold with Versace’s signature Medusa logo, while the middle finger has two different cherub renderings. Pachek opted to ditch the fine art and cover the entire index finger in gold, silver and white gems. 

One of Pachek’s most popular sets is opulent and so eye-catching you can’t ignore it. Pachek used a base of transparent and white pointed acrylics. Each nail has large and small Swarovski crystals that beautifully reflect light. Pink, purple, turquoise and orange hues shimmer when Pachek holds the manicure up toward the camera. This lovely set will only cost you a cool $800. 

The manicurist’s video received 48,000 views. Instagram users were stunned by the details. 

“Nail porn. Gorgeous,” one user said

“Look at these beauties. Omg,” another wrote

“Holy smokes these are a dream come true for someone,” one user added

If you liked this story, check out these 4 easy at-home-manicure hacks to create salon-worthy nails.

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