My Russian friend Olga has the flyest set of nails this side of the Kolskiy river that creeps frozen through her hometown of Murmansk. And guess what. The words you see are none other than her favourite excerpts from War & Peace, immortalised right there on her nails. She explained how she did it, something involving alcohol, trawling through all 950 pages of Tolstoy’s megalith, and with the help of a crane, pressing the book down in all the right places.

It took her eight hours.

They’re actually excerpts from a newspaper.

How cool is that though.