A TEENAGER asked her nail technician for a lightning bolt manicure, bringing along a photo of the design she wanted.
But instead of an electrifying mani makeover, she got the wrong kind of shock when she saw the results.
Ali House, a recent high school graduate, shared her less-than-impressive manicure on TikTok.
The teen used a popular audio in which an unhappy woman complains that she didn't get the nails she asked for.
First, Ali showed the design she had in mind, bringing up a picture of long nails with square tips.
Over the milky whitish base, there are several neon yellow lightning bolts on each nail.
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Ali commented that she had asked for a shorter version of these nails with blue lightning bolts.
What she got was a huge disappointment.
The nail tech, either lazy or unskilled, painted each of Ali's nails a plain opaque white.
They then painted a single blue lighting bolt – sloppily done – on one nail, leaving the others blank.
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Commenters feel her pain.
"She in fact did not understand the assignment," wrote one.
"YOU CANT BE SERIOUS," wrote another, while a third commented: "I’m sorry but this is so freaking funny."
Ali assured viewers that she didn't keep the look for long, writing in the caption: "I did indeed get them fixed."
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Last week, The Sun's Dani Grande tried out the Clockwork robot manicure, which is available in several Target locations in Texas, Minnesota, and California.
The $10 ten-minute manis only include polish, with no removal, buffing, shaping, or top coat.
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