Britney Spears is taking back her life one charm at a time.
The popstar took to Instagram Monday to show off her new nail embellishments, which she says have helped grow her confidence while struggling with social anxiety.
“I’ve never done this before … I believe it’s called nail embellishments ??” the 40-year-old captioned a photo of her nails. “Have people been holding out on me because I’ve never seen these before! The most adorable little charms I’ve ever seen in my life!”
In the photo and short video, the “Toxic” singer shows off her nude nails embellished with a pink butterfly, bow and “lady emblem” — which were almost outshined by her 4-carat engagement ring.
“I’ve felt ghosted ? most of my life … but if you feel somewhat not acknowledged enough in life or have confidence problems, I swear these charms do in fact change your perspective!” continued the singer. “For instance … I never talk because I’m usually shy … I have social anxiety but like the worst kind where it’s unbearable ? … but holy s–t there’s hope! I looked at my hands, saw these charms and I exploded ? with conversation … not scared at all to talk.”
Fans were quick to support her new nails.
“Charmney ??” one fan joked on her post.
“There are so many fun things to explore! You go B, you deserve ALL THE CHARMS” another user commented.
“They’re so cute Britney!!!!” one of her 39.7 million followers added.
Spears ended her post saying that her new “dope a** assistant” has also been helping her feel more confident in speaking up.
On Sunday, Spears vowed to get justice from those who “harmed” her during that period of time.
While she didn’t name anyone specifically, she previously called out members of her family including dad Jamie Spears, mom Lynne Spears and sister Jamie Lynn Spears for their role in her continued conservatorship.
The “Gimme More” singer said she had to work “7 days a week … 8:00 am to 6:00 pm with no days off” and “was treated less than, demoralized and embarrassed”.
In a search to find her own voice, Spears is now writing a tell-all memoir about her life.