Thursday, May 24, 2012

Pamper Your Nails With 3D Nail Art

From the usual color nail polish, artists in this field have come up with a new way to excite and pump up fingernail fashion, with Vancouver Japanese nail art. Vancouver nails salon have absorbed the technology and are now developing skill in creating new and original designs that may be of great appreciation in the fashion industry. A trend crazed person like me rarely misses out on updates like these. I have made use of this art and I can say that I love its feel that it gives on me and on my fingers. Having to go and spend my weekend in a nail salon has been a routine for me. I like to keep my fingernails and toenails to its optimum cleanliness and beauty. I spoil myself by having Vancouver 3D nails whenever I get the time and when a moment needs me to. Being stylish needs strict guidelines and requirements so I always ensure that I get the best treatment around. I really don't like having "just right" as a comment on my fashion sense so I certify that what I get is either "good" or even better, "great!"



Whenever I go out with my friends or go to a party, I make it to a point that I dress my part. So when I go to the mall, a casual wear would be appropriate but never without some good stuff on my nails. For Vancouver 3D nails, I would probably wear a design that has a simple 3-dimensional star on it or a small flower. This entirely depends on what color I am matching it with and what mood I am in. I love matching clothes and accessories and I consider my fingernails as a precious add-on to my outfit. I try to show who I am with the use of these Vancouver Japanese nail art designs because they capture my imagination and I think that having them makes a statement of my personality.

Unlike the usual nail polish used by the regular Vancouver manicure and Vancouver pedicure that only gives color and nothing more exciting, these designs allow people to be creative and imaginative on how they would like their nails to come alive. Its design is equipped with 3-dimensional materials that are not usually seen on someone's fingernails. It is very interesting in a sense that these nails can be attached with all sorts of things and that is one thing significantly better than the usual color nail polish. I found out about this when I was searching for the best Vancouver nail salon and I'm happy with the find. Small items used in the design of a 3-dimensional nail art are made from molded sculpture powder. Shapes and sizes vary because it depends on what you like it to be. It can be a heart, a skull, a little teddy bear or whatnot, and the possibilities of combinations are almost endless.

One extravagant thing about this is that real gems and crystals can be put onto your finger and that can be a status statement on your part. I have fake ones and still I like them. So, after my Vancouver manicure, I make sure that the artists take charge. Because I just love them and the way they look, I enjoy showing them off to my friends and family.

1 comment:

  1. Hello, I am doing a 28 day nail art challenge in February, to help demonstrate a style I linked this post to mine. Thank you for being awesome!! Jilltastic
    http://www.jilltasticnaildesign.com/2012/12/nail-art-techniques-defined.html

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