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Published On: Sat, Oct 7th, 2017

Weird Beauty tread: Nostril hair extensions, photo goes viral

From “squiggle brows” to “glitter tears” there have been some bizarre beauty trends lately, with these new “nostril hair extensions” definitely taking the cake for being the weirdest.

An Instagram user with the handle @gret_chen_chen posted two pictures with what appears to be false eyelashes curled around their nostrils, and the bizarre picture is going viral thanks to writer Devon Abelman, who wrote about it for Allure.

“I’m now questioning everything I know about beauty. The person behind the nostril hair extensions only has 193 followers. I don’t understand how her post made its way into my algorithm, but I might need to delete my Instagram and start again,” the author wrote.

“With brow art trends at their peak, it was only a matter of time before someone tried to take viral beauty trends to another part of the face. (Eyes and lips are so 2016.) Extreme contouring aside, noses really haven’t had their time to shine. So does this mean more people will start gluing other weird beauty sh** to their schnozzes now? Only time will tell.”

Check out the photo below.

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