The first portion of this article covers my efforts at detecting the source of Cosmetic Art and the background of this pink nail salon. It appears I had been born in a time when parents could make fun of my pink claws, which incidentally were quite pretty even by junior high. I’d spend hours daily in the bathroom looking for a way to solve this problem and eventually came across the idea of Nail Art. Of course, I’m not entirely sure where this came from, but my very best guess is that it stems from an old French book, which depicts paintings. From the book, the artist would occasionally use a kind of colored glaze to enhance the painting and create a kind of magical glow; I believe this is the inspiration for lots of the nail art designs we see today.
I’ve seen many Nail Art pictures online, mostly of adorable short nails. These images are done in watercolor and cool colors like turquoise and blue-green. There are many distinct types of Nail Art: Zebra Prints, Star Tattoo, Neon Colors, Pearls, and many more. Most of these techniques can be highly complicated, and while they may not be for everybody, they do look amazing!
The best way to begin with your Nail Art Designs would be to do a little research on the internet. There are tons of excellent Nail art websites with some great images to see, and many have a massive variety of techniques. If you’d like your nails to look more particular, and maybe you have already done short claws earlier, then you might want to try something different with your mani. I have observed some Nail artists that do full-body manis, and they look fantastic! All in all, with new nail art ideas becoming more popular every day, you ought to be able to come up with at least some of your own.