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These exist: Manicure decals created by a Rabbi as an educational tool for teaching the Torah. And here's the origin story: "I was sharing many photos of my nails on Facebook and on the website, and around Passover time when I shared photos of my 10 plagues manicure, many fans were commenting in a funny way, "Where can I buy these?" It occurred to me that not everyone can do intricate nail designs and that not everyone is ambidextrous so why not find a way to make Jewish manicures more accessible?" [Fashionista]