Published at Saturday, 12 August 2017 by Fauna in Nail Art, with total 29 photos.
A Vancouver Japanese nail art makes use of either a nail extension, which is an acrylic nail chip, or an artificial nail, which you can glue on top of your fingernails. With the use of an extension, the nail chip is attached to the tip of your nails. And to make 3d Japanese nail art on it, the first step would be to coat your whole nail including the extension with a thin coat of UV gel. And then, it is put under UV light to cure the gel. To make a base coat before the designs are placed, alternate coating and putting under UV light 3 times is recommended. With a brush, the technician puts on nail gels and mold and fold them to create the desired formation. The next step would be to attach small objects of the client`s choice. After the masterpiece has been done, it makes a trip under Ultraviolet lights to harden. And that`s how you make Vancouver 3d nails.
All over the country nail studios are opening their doors offering beautiful and unique manicures. And fashion blogs have been touting celebrities with some of their outrageous nail designs too, like Lady Gaga`s lace nails in her videos. But you don`t have to be a professional technician or even have a natural talent at doing salon manicures to have beautiful nails. You can actually create salon perfect nails in your own home with a few inexpensive nail art accessories that mirror the quality of the professional freehand designs at the salons, but at a mere fraction of the cost.
Nail art like 3D ceramic flowers can be used on a base coat of nearly any colour, the best being neutral shades like white and black or even green to make your flowers really stand out. For the marine life, like 3D turtles you can use a base coat of blue on your nails with some transparent varnish and paste the turtles to create an authentic look. Similarly, 3D donuts can be pasted on a base coat of a contrasting color of the donut to draw attention. 3D nail art is one of the latest trends in nails and the look will always call for more than one glance at your fingers.