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Woman claims her nails are the new ‘blue and black dress’ after major debate is sparked

Woman claims her nails are the new ‘blue and black dress’ after major debate is sparked

The black and blue or white and gold dress went viral back in 2015

A woman has divided the crowd after comparing her manicure with that viral 'black and blue' dress pic.

Content creator Caitlin - part of Caitlin and Leah - took to TikTok to tell her nine million followers that her nails reminded her of the most viral photo of 2015.

In a recent video the TikToker opened up about her visit to the salon where she picked a colour called 'Aruba'.

When she got home, she showed wife Leah her nails who thought they were blue.

Yet other family members said they were green.

(Oh no, it's happening again).

"So I just got my nails done at the salon and I picked a colour which I think is green," Caitlin explained.

The TikToker opened up about her visit to the salon.

She continued: "But my wife thinks my nails are blue.

"So I thought, you know what, I'm going to ask some family members.

"And they are completely split. No-one knows what colour these nails are.

"Are they blue or are they green?"

"But these are the nails. Are they green, are they blue?" Caitlin asked.

"I'm going to show you the colour of the nails before I had the chrome put on top.

"What colour do you think this is?

"Honestly guys, this is just mind-blowing!"

What colour do you see?

"Is this another blue and black or white and gold dress situation?" she wrote in the caption.

Now, in case if you've been living under a rock for the nine years, the striped dress became a worldwide internet sensation overnight when people fought over what colour it was: black and blue or white and gold.

The whole fiasco can be boiled down to a wedding for a couple from Colonsay, in Scotland's Inner Hebrides.

Before the ceremony, the mother of the bride, Cecilia Bleasdale, snapped a picture of a dress she was thinking of wearing for the special occasion.

What first started as a simple bickering session between family on a remote Scottish island, went on to be catapulted into a global news story that, essentially, sent the entirety of the internet into a collective s***storm.

THAT viral dress.

And underneath Caitlin's video we started to get a bit of deja-vu, with thousands of divided TikTok users.

"It's green, like a sagey colour," one person wrote.

"Green, like a pistachio," a second said.

However, others disagreed, with one user saying: "It’s 100% blue. Without a doubt haha!"

"I say blue, I don’t see green??" another commented.

"My opinion is blue," someone else said.

In a WIRED article in 2015, Bevil Conway - an artist and Harvard-educated neuroscientist specialising in colour perception - explained the reason why people see different colours.

He said: "What's happening here is your visual system is looking at this thing, and you're trying to discount the chromatic bias of the daylight axis.

"So people either discount the blue side, in which case they end up seeing white and gold, or discount the gold side, in which case they end up with blue and black."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@caitlinandleahh

Topics: TikTok, Weird