Oct 7, 2011
You do not have to be an artist to create some nail art flower. All you need are some nail art design ideas to help you get your creative and compose flower image. The nail designs can be simple or complicated If you are a beginner in nail art design, you can start with easy flower nail art design ideas, such as rose or tulip flower, another option of making beautiful and also easy nail art designs for short nails. You can use different shades of nail polishes or acrylic colors to make lovely and very modern nail designs for your fingernails. Since acrylic colors are very durable, you will have to use acetone to remove them thoroughly, especially if you decide to use black color. The same is with darker shades of nail lacquers you will have to use acetone to remove all the color not only from your nails, but also from your skin around the nails design.
you can play with the most versatile nail art flower designs 2011 than even before? This year is especially suitable for all nail art flower lovers who like live, fresh and vibrant colors, reminiscing of fruit, the sky, flowers and skin tones? You can play with versatile ideas and implement not only one nail art technique to create wonderful nail art designs 2011
hundreds of simple nail art designs for beginners, which look as beautiful as any other more complex and detailed flower nail art designs. If you have just decided to make your first nail art flower design and you are searching for photos, this article on my website will give you a guidance to be able to create simple,colorful and beautiful nail flower designs. To start making your designs, you will first have to prepare your nails and cuticles by cutting and shaping them properly. Then search for some quality base coat or nail polish shade at your local store.
Fail. Sorry. I meant to post these pics for you a while ago, but Christmas is the busiest time of year for ladies wanting to pretty up their hands and toes so after work all I'd do is just chill. There was no blogging unfortunately. But I have the pics on my camera and I didn't want them to go to waste, so here they are. Please bear in mind that these nails took a major beating before taking the pics (if you look closely at the pics you'll see that I'm in dire need of a fill by this point!) But anyway...here you go. Click on the pics for a closer look.
Sorry for the blurry last pic. Trust me, the others look like I was taking the picture on a mechanical bull. Yikes. Hope you guys had a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!
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