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Nail Art For Your Dog? Yup, This Is a Thing. You've GOT to See This!

Behold some work created by the Pawdicure Polish Pens made by Warren London...

By Glamour Magazine Sep 26, 2012 4:04PM

by Beth Shapouri
, Glamour Magazine

You know that episode of Friends where Phoebe has an old lady's spirit trapped inside her who won't go away until she's seen everything? Well, this would have sent her on her way: Dog nail art. DOG NAIL ART, folks. That's what the world has come to. Behold some work created by the Pawdicure Polish Pens made by Warren London...


Here's what the company has to say for itself and its products: "Our patented Pawdicure Polish Pens are water based, non-toxic, dries in under 40 seconds and is great for nail art!"

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Oh, and here's a tip: "On dark nails, we suggest doing a base coat of white first and then a color for a better result." Sure, dude I'll get right on that.

Ay yi yi. I don't know whether to laugh hysterically or fear for the state of mankind. But I think for now I'll settle into the "amused" category. How 'bout you?




Related: The Dos and Don'ts of Fall 2012 Fashion Trends


Oh, and if you're wondering about the ingredients involved, here's the list:
Water, Acrylates, Copolymer, Propylene Glycol, Propylene Glycol Butyl Ether, Dipropylene Glycol Butyl Ether, Trimthyl Pentanyl Disobutyrate, Sodium PCA, Ammonium Hydroxide, Butoxyethanol, Alkylaryl Polyether, Simethicone, Glutaronite, Quinacridone Violet 19.

Photos: Warren London/ Splash, Courtesy Warren London

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