A trend that sticks - DIY nail wraps winning fans with quirky designs and convenience
SINGAPORE - You can put on T-shirts bearing Singlish terms like Shiok or Where Got?, or earrings shaped like a packet of teh C.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Increasingly, you can also wear your love of quirky designs on your nails, if not your sleeves, in the form of nail stickers featuring such art work.
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