Published at Sunday, 20 August 2017 by Halette in Nail Art, with total 45 pictures.
The list of nail art accessories is unlimited and you can create exclusive nail art designs using a combination of any of these. There are new decorations that are always being innovated and there is something to appeal to every person looking out to enhance their nail beauty. Make sure you buy your nail decorations from reputed stores to prevent any nail reactions or problems arising from cheap nail accessories. It is worth spending a little more to get quality products from branded stores than running the risk of losing your money and ruining your nails with substandard products. You can check out these Fimo art sticks online and get great deals on them at almost 50% off now. What could be better than this exclusive piece of art at great discounts to suit the budget needs of all? Get them and try them now and be a part of the hottest trend in nail fashion.
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.
The essentials are: a base coat (to prevent nail discolouration and allow your nail polish to glide on smoothly), nail polish, and a top coat (to ensure your manicure lasts for more than a day). I like to use a quick drying top coat cos that saves oodles of time and is so convenient to use, but it`s also good to have a normal top coat or clear polish in hand for certain more complex nail designs. After trying loads of different brands, I`ve found that it`s so important to invest in good quality nail polish. These are more expensive but they`re worth it cos they last longer, dry faster and don`t get lumpy. I`ve had such bad experiences with cheap nail polish that now I`m just sticking to brands that I`ve used before (and like) and reputable brands. Orly, OPI, China Glaze, Sally Hansen and Essie are some of the good ones. It`s also a good idea to test out polish from a brand you`ve not tried before buying it.