From charming colours to perky prints, go beyond outfits and splash them on your nails
Well moisturised hands, nails shaped evenly with glossy nail paint on them are so 90s. Now you can have multiple hues, fruity, floral or animal prints, or something as expensive as swarovski on your claws! Art has moved on from creation on canvas to various body parts like shoulders, legs, wrists, arms in the form of tattoos. Keeping tattoos aside, art can be also displayed on your nails and this form of art seems to have taken the ‘girls’ by storm!
As it invloves more than colouring your nails, you need to prepare them first. Washing your hands thoroughly goes without saying. Rather than using just a soap and water, it is best to invest in good quality scrub so that no oil or dirt is left behind on your nails as presence of oil or excessive moisture can prevent coating or extensions from staying long on your nails. Ideally hands should be slightly dry to get optimal results.
For Each celebration
Every season calls for celebration as there are endless number of festivals and special moments which we want to share with others. Instead of just wearing colours on your nails that match with your outfit, try something different whenever you are in a mood for celebration. During festivals like Rakshabandhan or Karvachauth greens and reds look wonderful especially with glitters or swarovski crystals. If these are heavy on your pocket, play with designs. Every festival has something special like for Christmas you can have snowman design or lamps when it is Diwali.
With Rakshabandhan just around the corner, you know what to do with your nails now!
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