S’pore salon lets you wear your favourite bubble tea brands on your nails & it’s super life-like

Bubble tea without the calories.

Melanie Lim | August 8, 2019 @ 12:18 pm


Bubble tea brands like Tiger Sugar, The Alley and Xing Fu Tang are no stranger to Singaporeans.

After all, we’re one bubble-tea obsessed nation.

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So it makes sense when one ingenious nail salon decides to cash in on all the bubble tea hype in Singapore by coming up with bubble tea nails.

The Nailicious is a nail art salon at Far East Plaza that specialises in gellish nails, acrylic nails, nail spas as well as nail extensions.

As part of their August offerings, they’ve come up a series of hand painted bubble tea nail art featuring popular bubble tea brands like KOI, Gong Cha, and The Alley:


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A classic gel manicure costs S$40, while each piece of bubble tea nail art ranges from S$22 to S$25 and measures around the size of a 10 cent coin:

Image via The Nailicious on Facebook

We wouldn’t call it affordable, so if you reaaaalllyyy want it on your nails, you’ll have to splash some cash.

The salon operates on an appointment basis, you’ll have to WhatsApp them at 9899 0720 to book a slot.

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Top image via thenailicious on Instagram

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