Published at Sunday, 13 August 2017 by Halette in Nail Art, with total 51 photos.
Once your nails are painted with a base coat, you can create your designs using the nail arts brushes that are available in different sizes based on the design you want to draw. Intricate designs will require more thin tipped and finer nail brushes to get the design right and visible. The use of toothpicks is also not uncommon especially if you are a beginner and want to improve your designs. For any nail polish application mistakes, you can use cotton swabs to remove the excess color. Make sure you do it quick as nail polish dries very fast. It is also good to use a different brush for each nail polish color so that you can save time.
If you think animal prints go well with your outfit, you can go for the Zebra, Dalmatian or Tiger designs. A white nail base with appropriate color stripes or dots to represent the animal and you are done with your look. Marine nail art can make you look really cool. Blue base paint with transparent varnish can create a sea like look. You can use various colors for the fish and a little bit of green paint for the weeds. Sea horses and dolphins also look really good. Nature can also be represented on your nails really beautifully. Flowers of different hues in all shades dark and light can be experimented with and never go out of style. You can team up nail art flowers with any outfit and carry if off with ease.
A nail art is basically altering the conventional ways of coloring a fingernail to make it an art. If the old ways describe a brush putting on a single solid color onto a fingernail, a nail artist would create patterns and intricate drawings onto the nail with multiple colors. This art can come in different types. One is the 2-dimensional that creates a picture out of your fingernail and the other, the 3-dimensional where the designs pop out. You can do more with Vancouver 3d nails compared to the 2-dimensional nail art. It is more than just a flat nail bed with illustrations on them. Texture is given to the nails when you have a 3-dimensional design.