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Hot Man-icure, anyone?

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Hey, girl. Does the idea of having Ryan Gosling at your fingertips sound appealing? Of course it does. And thankfully, it can now happen for a mere $18.

Truth be told, it's actually just Ryan Gosling's face. And it would technically be on your fingernails - but we're sure looking at Ryan's face while browsing Twitter or creating spreadsheets at work is still favourable to fingernails that do not have Ryan Gosling's face on them.

The Hot Man-icure from Rad Nails comes with a full "hot man" set, featuring Gosling, Robert Pattinson, Joe Jonas, Zac Efron, and even Pharrell. Although, you would be forgiven if you were to buy multiple sets so that there were enough Ryan for every nail.

Hot Man-icure, Rad Nails, $18



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