Good evening guys!
Today’s set was a combined effort from both Jaclyn and myself!
Well she did everything while I helped with the unicorn!
Check out those watery eyes that makes the unicorns so adorable! XD
Happy Lunar New Year everyone! We will be taking a short break this period, and will be reopening on 15th February!
So, I have this unique request to share today! The customer loves this a lot, and decided to have it on her nails….hence the title!
It was kind of crazy doing it, because I had to keep blending the colors in and gel works differently from the original artwork….
I took different parts of the painting for each nail, and the customer also requested for me to paint the last words of Vincent Van Gogh on 4 of the nails too!
this design was interesting and I hope you enjoyed it too!
My customer picked a couple designs from magazines that we offered, and also our instagram and this is what we got~
I really liked the thumb design 😀 The original set of nails from the magazine were also black and white with gold embellishment! It has a really tribal feeling to it, don’t you think?
The other nails are slightly simpler, with a mix of a slanted heart tip, and an upright heart tip with embellishments along the lining!
Today’s set is a soft, understated look for brides who prefer to keep their nails simple but glamorous.
The pale pink base colour is really flattering on most skin tones! Here, because the art is in white, there isn’t much contrast between the art and the base colour, so the overall effect is soft and subtle.
To up the glam factor, we added embellishments – crystals, pearls and silver studs.
Instead of plain crystals, I suggested white opal crystals as the overall set was already very pale and silvery (with the silver studs and the pearls), so the blue tone of the white opal crystals would add an extra dimension to the set.
Today I’m sharing an awesome request I got from someone who clearly LOVES her job. She was working on a product launch for Jurlique and brought along some product pictures so that she could get a customised design for the media launch. I loved the idea!
So anyway, the main design is a purple flower (I forgot to ask for the product name and the flower species :(), and some berries…
I kept the flowers to just a few nails, and used blue and white as the base colours, with a gradient effect on some nails. This way, I could keep the attention on the flowers.
Good afternoon ladies!
Today I’m gonna share a set that quite like after doing it!
Baroque isn’t really a new design that people pick, but this is the first time I’m doing it in such bold colours! The red and black theme just reminds me of a timeless Chinese beauty in cheongsam! Not to mention the embossed flowers!
This set was done on acrylic extensions! Quite fitting for Chinese new year too eh? Maybe black and gold, or red and gold!
This set is a mix and match by the customer, who wanted grey plaids with pearls, as well as skulls! She managed to google for an image so I just have to follow!
She also added an accent nail of grey gradient with silver discoballs of different sizes, shiny!
Here’s a close up of the thumbs! Super love the skull! I also added disco balls so that the nail is not as plain compared to the rest! I also used silver to line certain details on the skulls to make the design pop! I love this set a lot, it’s pretty much the kind of nail art I would have on my nails…….