People Are Actually Taking Beauty Tips From The '100 Layers Of' Videos

You can find some pretty strange things on the internet.

Case in point: the latest #PolishMountain manicure trend.

If you haven't heard of this fingernail fad before, let me fill you in.

Over the past few weeks, we've been seeing a lot of people put on 100 layers of beauty products for no apparent reason, including Youtube vlogger Simply Nailogical who invented the #PolishMountain manicure by decking her digits in 100 coats of nail polish.

Now, if you're wondering what a #PolishMountain looks like, it's quite simple.

This time-consuming manicure basically looks like bubble nails on crack.

While watching someone paint her nails in 100 layers of polish is pretty damn mesmerizing, I think most of us can agree on the fact that this #PolishMountain process is extremely unpractical.

However, that hasn't stopped some curious beauty queens from wandering down the dark 100 layer path, and a bunch of people are actually trying Simply Nailogical's absurd nail polish fad.

But you know what's even more impressive than smothering your fingers in a few inches of polish?

Some of these people are actually managing to make their #PolishMountains look pretty decent.

Now I think it's safe to say that I've officially seen it all.

Take a look at the pictures below to see this strange nail trend on social media.

Lately, we've seen all sorts of bloggers put on 100 layers of beauty products...

...including one blogger, Simply Nailogical, who decked her nails in 100 coats of polish and dubbed the new look #PolishMountain.

Apparently, some people really seemed to like these bold balls of nail polish...

...because now, #PolishMountain is the newest trend taking over the social media scene.

From clear polish mountains...

And rainbow renditions...

To polish mountains decked out in eye-catching accents...

And swirling striated designs...

...we've seen people incorporate this technique into all sorts of interesting manicures.

And now we just have one simple question: Why?

I think it's safe to say that I've finally lost all hope for humanity.