My favourite nail is this set is the yellow tip with a ribbon! Makes it look really blouse-like!
What’s your favourite? (:
This set was part of July’s promotional sets at $25 on top of basic services! We designed 2 sets of nail art for Monsters Inc, and this customer decided to have both sets on her nails; that’s 10 different designs on every nail! As such, the nail art cost $35 instead of $25! *You can always mix and match, but if the additional design is complicated, you just have to top up accordingly!*
This set is really cute, and look at Boo!!! Super adorable! The set is mainly inspired from a Taiwanese nail artist – Asis Weng, who’s so incredible with cartoon nails. It looks especially cute on shorter nails, as long slim nails will lose the “cartoon effect” actually! So, don’t worry if you don’t have long nails, we can work magic on short nails too!
Today I’m sharing another one of our promo art sets for August:
It’s a sweet yellow and pink combination on a nude base. Aren’t the colours just so cheery? I feel happy just looking at them. 🙂
If you like this set, hurry on down now before the promotion ends on 14 September! You can make an appointment by calling us at 62988028. 🙂
Hey guys, today’s set is a mixture of designs from different sets! Can you tell them apart? 😀
1. Daisies from June’s promotional nail art
2. Pink and gold stripes from a set that Ying did for Evonne
3. One of the nail from the Cinderalla set featured in The New Paper
They just look really nice together, love it! (:
Today, I have a pretty interesting set of nail art to share with everyone! This customer gave me a picture of different paper stock designs for scrapbooking purposes, and told me to customise/incorporate that onto her nails! It doesn’t sound too difficult, but it gets a little tedious when I have to scale down the designs/decide which part of the design to translate onto the nail!
Today I’m sharing a pedi design! You will notice that we usually post manicure designs rather than pedicure designs – well, unlike the average salon, our customers come mainly for manicures, and only a few get pedicures done! Also, almost every customer comes in for nail art. I was very shocked when I found out recently from a fellow nailist who works for a big salon that she only does nail art once a week due to the low demand for nail art in her salon! As we’re along Haji Lane, which is visited by many tourists, we do get walk-in customers from other countries, and they’re usually the ones who opt for just a colour instead of nail art. So all in all, I would say about 95% of our customers do nail art. 😉
This is an interesting combination, which my customer picked out from one of our Japanese nail art magazines. The big toenail is split into two sections, one with a peekaboo checkered design and the other with an abstract marbled base with embellishments.
Most of the time used for this set was spent on adding all the many embellishments! And psst… this set was done entirely with normal nail polish. I was very tickled when some customers who saw this set were shocked to find out that it could be done with normal nail polish!