Limited Time Offer: Student Promo!

Say yay to the March school holidays with some colourful nail art!

Just for students (you’ll need to flash your student card – any student card), get two nails of floral art (pick from this wheel) free when you get an EXPRESS MANI ($10) done at The Nail Artelier!

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To make an appointment, please call The Nail Artelier at 62988028 – do note that each appointment slot for this promo is 30 minutes so you have to be very punctual or we won’t be able to do the nail art for you!

Compilation: Floral

We’ve taken to posting more regularly on Instagram instead of posting different designs on Instagram and on our website because it’s a lot faster to post on Instagram. This leaves us with more time to serve more customers and to work on creating even more new designs! However, for our customers’ convenience and easy browsing, we’ll continue to post the designs on this website, and compiling them by style. We hope you’ll find this service useful!

Today’s compilation focuses on several floral designs that we’ve done of late – all these pictures are from our Instagram account @thenailartelier 🙂

Keywords: Delicate watercolour florals in pink and purple, watercolour florals in pink with orange lace, Japanese kimono style florals, mod dotted flowers and grid, lace flowers on a paddlepop base, embossed flowers and bling on a red base.

Promo Art Sets for March

Between 1-31 March, when you get a gel manicure ($55) done at The Nail Artelier, you can get any of these promo art sets done by simply paying an additional $25 for the art – it’s a fabulous deal, because these sets are all worth at least $45 each. 😉

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The fastest way to book an appointment is by calling us at 62988028 during operating hours, or by sending in an online booking after operating hours!

Gel Art Fad: Knitted Nails!

Sometime in January, a customer of mine showed me a picture of a nail design with a knitted effect – basically cable knit sweater patterns done in an embossed style on the nail so it really pops. She later decided to save it for her next design, so I ended up doing it for her only in February. The result:

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At that time, the knitted nail design was starting to grow in popularity, so much so that there were even special classes offered to teach the design in Singapore. However, work is always hectic at The Nail Artelier, so when we don’t have time to attend courses, we do the next best thing – we figure it out on our own. There are often many ways to do something, each via different tools/products, which in turn have their own distinct pros and cons. An analytical approach towards nail art is something that I have to thank my nail school (The Pink Room International Nail Academy) for!

After that, I had more requests for knitted nail art, and I’m loving how this style can be interpreted in various ways to create interesting looks!

Here’s a super sweet paddlepop version!

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And I leave you now with these interesting cutout hearts done in knitted style!

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