Many people on the UCLA campus have taken great pains in their appearances and have resorted to eating healthy, exercising regularly, and keeping up with hygiene and other means to help them achieve beautiful looks. Although I sincerely encourage this behavior, I am alarmingly concerned with a certain factor in this lifestyle that seems to be neglected. Because so many people want better bodies, many have resorted to cutting out junk foods. Amongst these junk foods, rainbow sprinkles have become manufactured less and less and as a result, are slowly becoming extinct. Tragic, I know. So what, do you ask, is the solution? According to Joan Rivers from “Fashion Police,” (which by the way, does anyone even watch that show?) she and her clan of haters says that French manicures are out! Although I think that French manicures look great, Joan Rivers has a point and what better way to replace this old nail art with rainbow sprinkle décor. Do not question this logic. We must save the sprinkles but you ask “But how?” Observe.
First there is the “I literally put rainbow sprinkles on my nails,” which I have yet to see anyone in person attempt. However, I would be very impressed if someone could actually get that many sprinkles to stick. Although I’m not a manicurist, I am assuming you literally have to dab a bottle of sprinkles on wet nail polish immediately after applying the nail polish, followed by placing a clear coat of nail polish over the sprinkles to solidify the masterpiece. After that, you can proceed through your day without touching anything and avoiding anyone that has a sweet tooth, unless, of course, you plan on snacking later.
Then, of course, you have the “I’m not confident enough to pull off the rainbow sprinkles on my nails look so I’m going to attempt to paint rainbow sprinkles on my nails and try and fool everyone” look which would still be beneficial to the “Save the Sprinkles” cause as it would get the word out and hopefully get more people involved. To show your support and share your story of how sprinkles made your nails a work of art or to just get more involved with the save the sprinkles movement you can become a fan on: