The Best THON Nail Art
Crazy costumes get all of the attention this weekend, but THON nail art is underrated. Tons of THON goers have their nails painted in honor of the event. I scoured the BJC concourse to find some of the best nails of the weekend. From matching manicures to committee colors to showing off diamond designs, it’s clear that many people made sure their manicures were carefully coordinated with their THON outfit.
Daly, a senior, painted her nails to match the colors in this year’s THON logo.
As the mom of a Penn State junior on the Merch committee, Cuneo got her nails done to show off her lion pride. She said she wishes the nail artist painted fewer dots on the paw print, but I still think her nails look fabulous!
Matching your nails to your committee color is all the rage this year. Lersch painted hers green to show some Communications spirit.
THON can be tough on all of us, even our manicures. Though DeFransisco’s nails were chipping, the diamond detail was so cute I still had to include her nails.
Burke got creative to sport her committee’s colors. She incorporated her committee’s blue into her manicure via a cute chevron design on the ring finger of each hand.
R&R Committee Member Who Wouldn’t Tell Me Her Name
Though this R&R committee member wouldn’t tell me her name because she wasn’t authorized to talk to the press, her nails are awesome. She said someone in her committee painted them for her. I’m definitely impressed by the FTK and diamond design on her fingers.
Ohana is well known for it’s bright orange and blue, and Fickinger really showed off her org spirit with her flashy nails.
These might just look like plain pink nails, but these nails have meaning behind them. Brueningsen and many girls in the Omega Phi Alpha sorority painted their nails this hue to support their THON child. One of the sorority’s THON children who passed away loved Pink,, so Omega Phi Alpha members paint their nails in her favorite color for THON in her honor.
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