Saturday, 8 February 2014

Japanese Nail Art Gallery

Have you seen fingernails that are adorned with beautiful gems and interesting objects? If you have, then maybe you are wondering where that idea came from, how they do it, and where you can get one of those. This is called Japanese nail art. This is more than your typical nail polish after a Vancouver manicure. For a couple of years now, it has conquered the nail fashion world and it continues to develop and evolve. For people who are not familiar with it, or who wants to know a little bit more about it, here are information that you can use.

Japanese nail art is a very interesting field - the imported knowledge, the intricate and cool designs, to the newest innovation developing every time.

Nail art has long been a popular beauty product in the East. For 2 decades, Japan has been developing the technology and established the art in the fashion world. Japanese girls and women are very particular when it comes to their look and they make sure that they give off a good impression. So they created nail art which shows different personalities that surely makes an impact when seen

A Vancouver Japanese nail art makes use of either a nail extension, which is an acrylic nail chip, or an artificial nail, which you can glue on top of your fingernails. With the use of an extension, the nail chip is attached to the tip of your nails. And to make 3d Japanese nail art on it, the first step would be to coat your whole nail including the extension with a thin coat of UV gel. And then, it is put under UV light to cure the gel. To make a base coat before the designs are placed, alternate coating and putting under UV light 3 times is recommended. With a brush, the technician puts on nail gels and mold and fold them to create the desired formation. The next step would be to attach small objects of the client's choice. After the masterpiece has been done, it makes a trip under Ultraviolet lights to harden. And that's how you make Vancouver 3d nails.

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