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Mother-to-be gets baby scan printed on her nails and the innovative nail art has gone viral

Beautician sends people wild with baby scan nail art [Sarah Clarke

A mother-to-be has sent women across the globe into a total meltdown over her touching nail art. 

The pregnant woman, named Stacey, asked beauty expert, Sarah Clarke, at Serenity Hair and beauty in Stockton-on-Tees, to print her baby scan on her nails as a tribute to her child. 

The professional hand drew the image of the woman’s baby on her nail, and the photograph of her handiwork has been shared over 145, 000 times. 

Sarah cannot believe the reaction she has received to her artwork. 

Baby scan has been printed on mother-to-be's fingernails

Baby scan has been printed on mother-to-be's fingernails [Sarah Clarke]


Speaking to The Sun Online, the creative mastermind– who was originally a hairdresser – said: “It’s been mad, it’s just exploded. I posted the pic and by dinner time the next day it had 16,000 shares.

“I was nervous when it went viral, I thought ‘I don’t want to read any bad stuff’ but most people have been positive. A few people have said it’s ‘weird’ or ‘creepy’ but that’s fine.

“She’s one of my regulars, they’re happy to be my guinea pigs. She’s just overwhelmed with all the attention.

“I can copy most things, but I don’t know if I can do it until I try. This one was quite simple, I didn’t find it that difficult.”

Sarah’s creations has seen her swamped with requests from her clients. 

Some people have even asked Sarah to paint an image of a child on their manicured nails to commemorate any babies that have been lost through miscarriages or premature births.

She added: “I was already busy. Now I’ve also had a lot of requests where people have lost a baby and they want me to do theirs.

“One lady wants it on her ring finger for her wedding.”


We found out about this amazing nail art here.

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