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You must return items in their original packaging and in the same condition as when you received them. If you don’t follow our item condition policy for returns , you may not receive a full refund.

Refunds by law: In Australia, consumers have a legal right to obtain a refund from a business if the goods purchased are faulty, not fit for purpose or don’t match the seller’s description. More information at returns .

You will receive 20 nail decals and full nail instruction in a resealable bag. These decals can be applied to any type of nails (regular polish, soak off gel, hard gel and acrylic). All decals are on a thin transparent background and will look best on white or light colored nails.

Weed Nails and Marijuana Manicures Are Officially a Thing

There’s a new nail trend that’s been burning up our Instagram feed, and it’s not even available (er, legal) nationwide. Surprising, right? Because, you see, the buzzy trend of weed nails and marijuana manicures involves nail artists crumbling marijuana leaves and placing specks onto the nail using a tweezer for precision. Just like the flower nails that came before these, a pot-laced manicure has the bud sealed in with whatever topcoat you have on hand—nothing fancy required. However, real marijuana is involved.

We know, we know. Your first reaction might be something like, “Wow, what a waste!” or “Marijuana is bad!” But take our word for it: Not only do weed nails and marijuana manicures require only a teensy bit of pot, but they look so damn cool when they’re done. And what else is a good manicure if not but all for the Instagram, right?

However, since weed is only legal in 26 states in some sort of capacity—specifically, mostly medicinal—we wouldn’t recommend bringing a bud down to your local manicurist to ask for a gold-leaf-and-pot-encrusted accent nail unless you live in a state where recreational marijuana is 100 percent legal. (Currently, those states consist of California, Washington, Massachusetts, Colorado, Oregon, Nevada, Maine, Alaska, and the District of Columbia.) But since they are kind of pretty—and if nothing else, incredibly pun-worthy, if you start thinking about all the names you could call a marijuana mani—take a scroll through some #WeedNails posts for nail-art inspiration regardless of where you live. (You can also check out these nonpsychotropic, totally legal pot-infused beauty products we happen to be huge fans of.)

More mani trends worth trying:

Here’s our question, though: Who knew weed went so well with glitter, diamonds, and gold?

What you need to know about weed nails and marijuana manicures, a trend that's blossomed into something way buzzy.