Tag: nail art
Halloween is very soon and everybody is getting ready for the holiday. Preparations include costumes, recipes, decoration and more. I decided to show you some nail art. Even if you don’t have Halloween vibes for getting a costume or crumble a pumpkin, you still need to be ready for the holiday with at least nail art, right?
A new indulgent luxury is now available to women in London, a 10 carat diamond manicure.
Cherish…ME, the company offering this amazing Iced Diamond Manicure is exceptionally exclusive and the glamorous service can only be obtained via an initial consultation with Cherish and her team.
You can make marble design on a fake nails or on your own nails, just make sure that you have prepared your nails before the procedure.
Timing is very important, because the nail polish hardens quickly on the water surface, so make sure that all the bottles are opened and ready.
Try to use new nail polish, which is not thick or quick drying, but more washy. The new nail polish will stay on the surface on the water, but the old one maybe won’t. So try to use a good quality, new nail polish with liquid and even consistency.
The Japanese culture is known for its uniqueness. There are some elements of the Japanese culture that are hard for others to absorb. One of these elements is the kawaii phenomenon.
Since the 1970s, cuteness, in Japanese kawaii (literally, "loveable" or "adorable") has become a prominent aspect of Japanese popular culture, entertainment, clothing, food, toys, nail art, personal appearance, behavior, and mannerisms.
Japanese nail art is all about kawaii. The girlie cuteness of it is neither tacky or vampy – the nails are always sweet, cute and childish.