For the month of December, when you get a gel manicure ($60) done at The Nail Artelier, you can get our promo art sets done by simply paying an additional $30 for the art – pretty much at half price, because these sets are all worth at least $50 each!
The first set is perfect for Christmas and Disney fans – snowflakes with a twist! Can you spot the Mickey head silhouettes?
Or, shine bright like a diamond with this set at all the Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties you’ll be attending!
We also have a special set designed for a special collaboration with the lovely people at Lip Ice – if you choose this set, you’ll also receive LipIce samples, while stocks last!
Finally, try the hottest trend now in Japan – velvet nails! Yes, the red heart is furry to the touch!
As usual – colours can be changed but not the art. If you would like to combine the sets (ie mix and match), please note that a la carte pricing will apply!
The Nail Artelier @ Haji Lane
666 North Bridge Road S(188800) Singapore
Open daily 11am-9pm
The Nail Artelier @ Kembangan Suites
16 Jalan Masjid #01-06 S(418941)
Open daily 11am – 8pm
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:
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!
And I leave you now with these interesting cutout hearts done in knitted style!
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.
Today I’m sharing the second set I did for the lovely Willabelle whens he was in Singapore for Fide Fashion Week.
I’ve start to realise that Willabelle has really girly taste and also really likes bling! Her first set may have been a simple french, but she jazzed it up with glitter and embellishments. Her second set was on glitter tips, with embossed flowers and embellishments. And now, she’s also got crystals on some of her nails…
This time though, we’ve gone all out with the art. Apart from crystals, there’s hand-drawn lace, leopard prints with hearts, and embossed ribbons as well. A little bit of everything!
Here’s a screengrab from Willabelle’s instagram!