Published at Saturday, 12 August 2017 by Halette in Nail Art, with total 51 photos.
Have you seen fingernails that are adorned with beautiful gems and interesting objects? If you have, then maybe you are wondering where that idea came from, how they do it, and where you can get one of those. This is called Japanese nail art. This is more than your typical nail polish after a Vancouver manicure. For a couple of years now, it has conquered the nail fashion world and it continues to develop and evolve. For people who are not familiar with it, or who wants to know a little bit more about it, here are information that you can use.
The practice of nail decoration has existed for the last 5000 years and can be traced to the people of India who embellished their nails with henna. Now fast forward to 1932, when the French company Revlon released its first nail polish. It was available in a wide variety of shades and used pigments instead of dyes. Since the 1930s, nail art as come a long way. The technique of airbrushing nails is still relatively new. It includes an airbrushing machine designed to perform manicure nail art, which works with a compressor to create innovative and elegant patterns and designs on the nails.
While many nail technicians can create sophisticated masterpieces with a free-hand technique using sharp brushes, or by employing a stencil, a new digitized method in nail art application has been introduced. The nails are cleaned and trimmed, just as they would be for a normal manicure, and a base coat is laid on and left to dry. Thereafter, a special polish is applied to allow the nail design to adhere properly. While it sets, a design can be selected by the client. Next, the client`s hand is placed in a cradle under a machine that sprays the design from the printer onto the nails. The printer is set to stop the process should the client accidentally move their hand. Although most machines have a wide selection of nail art designs to choose from, it is also possible for the client to create their own motif and have it scanned into the machine.