She’s the man-icurist.
Amanda Bynes announced on social media on Friday that she has embarked on a new career route.
“In cosmetology college to become a manicurist!” the “She’s The Man” star, 36, captioned a video on her Instagram Story.
Bynes — who rarely posts online — showed herself on camera via a mirror and she appeared dressed in an all-black outfit with her dark hair in a ponytail.
The “Hairspray” star then gave a mini-tour of the classroom, which resembled a nail salon.
She also gave a close-up look at acrylic nails that were painted in black and silver.
It is unclear how long Bynes has been taking part in this new venture. Her rep did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
It has been years, however, since the former Nickelodeon star announced she quit acting.
Bynes tweeted from a now-deleted account in 2013, “Being an actress isn’t as fun as it may seem. If I don’t love something anymore, I stop doing it. I don’t love acting anymore, so I’ve stopped doing it. I know 24 is a young age to retire, but you heard it here first.”
The revelation came amid a time in which the “What I Like About You” star was getting into legal trouble — resulting in her having to be placed under a conservatorship.
Bynes later shared in an interview with Paper Magazine in 2018 that she left Hollywood mostly because of her struggles with self-esteem.
“I literally couldn’t stand my appearance in [‘Easy A’} and I didn’t like my performance,” she told the publication. “I was absolutely convinced I needed to stop acting after seeing it.”
After leaving acting behind, Bynes began to pursue a career in fashion design and enrolled at at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in January 2014.
She was in-and-out of school due to some mental health issues, but was able to graduate in June 2019 after nearly five years at FIDM.
Leading up to the end of her conservatorship, however, Bynes revealed that she decided to express her creativity through another outlet other than fashion: music.
The “What A Girl Wants” star released her first rap song in January 2021 and then a second rap track in April, a month after her conservatorship was officially terminated.
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