We all know oysters are an aphrodisiac. From oyster omelette to raw oyster bars, oysters have made its presence known. Although it’s available everywhere, oysters are an acquired taste for a lot of people.
Well, now you might have another way to appreciate oysters that don’t require you consuming it.
As a tribute to Hiroshima’s speciality foods, the oyster, Akihabara-based Japanese nail artist, Ai Suzuki, crafted this detailed shellfish onto her nails.
The sheen on the 3D oyster nails actually does resemble oysters that you find straight out of the shell. You hungry yet?
It looks as if she took tiny oyster shells and glued them onto her nails. There’s so much work that goes into doing these things, who has the time?
If you’re down for the challenge to take finger food to the next level, then you can always try your hand at following her oyster nail art video.
Believe me, this one’s going to be a nail-biting experience. If you’re in Akihabara, Japan, you might want to try getting a handful of oysters yourself.
We're hiring lifestyle writers!