Nail artist’s Greggs design with ‘sausage roll charm’ hanging off goes viral

A nail artist's bizarre design of the Greggs logo and a sausage roll hanging off a woman's nail has gone viral.

The artist, from Leeds, gained attention for the quirky nail art after posting on her Instagram Sugar Rush Studios.

Sugar Rush Studios, run by nail artist Freya-Poppy, shared her design which included the blue and white logo of the iconic bakery and a charm.

The charm consisted of a teeny sausage roll which the bakery is famed for as its best seller.

So much so, they even brought out a vegan version last year and it went viral after Piers Morgan tried it live on air on Good Morning Britain the day it was released.

Sharing a picture of the art, the artist captioned the photo: "Had to post a better pic of these cause they fully gagged me.

"Hand painted @greggs_official with a handmade sausage roll charm."

Currently the post has gained over 1,000 likes.

People have dubbed the work "very cool", "amazing", and the "dream nails".

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One social media user commented: "Okay I’m sorry but I literally need these nails bc I am obsessed with Greggs sausage rolls and like those are my dream nails."

Another gushed: "If Greggs don’t repost these I’ll be fuming x."

"So amazing," said one.

The art was then shared on Loveofhuns Instagram account where it gained a lot more attention.

Loveofhuns captioned the nail art: "British nail art is unmatched".

Gogglebox star Ellie Warner rushed to comment dubbing the nails "iconic".

Greggs official Instagram account also shared the art with thousands of fans adoring the post instantly.

It comes as a nail salon sparks outrage for using live fish as part of 'aquarium' manicure.

And a 'desperate' woman gets nails done despite knowing she had tested positive for Covid-19.

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