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fascinated with nail art, but never had the heart to do it. It looks so complicated. I have it covered with mineral makeup and
hairstyles. I can do them on my own and
do them perfectly. My nails, though,
they are a totally different story. They
look bad. I do laundry and dish-washing, gardening and lots of housework. I have old mommy hands. My hand and nails are in dire need of a total
revamp, I swear.
learned to do French manicure on my hands.
On my own. It didn’t matter that
the French tips on my right hand look a little lopsided. From afar, they looked perfect with my ring and
years have become so big, though, and evolved into designs so beautiful. Truly, nail design has been turned into
art! I was like, “I want to learn that,
too!”. I had my nails done once on a high school friend’s newly-inaugurated Nail
Salon and I was in awe. They made beautiful
little daisies on my nails, with faux gems and they looked so beautiful I wanted the design to
|I want this Hello Kitty Design|
cost to having salon-perfect nails is steep.
I would much prefer doing nail art on my own, but I want them to look
like I had them done in a nail salon.
The first time I tried doing them on my own, they were not perfect and
my nails got so weak. I tried acrylic
nails since I tend to chew my nails when I get nervous. I found out after many trials and errors that
applying acrylic nails and taking care of them is actually quite easy. I always use this link as a guide for the proper maintenance of acrylic nails.
Tube for nail art tutorials, and intend to unleash my inner (nail) artist
in a few days. In the meantime. I have
been purchasing some 3D nail stickers with fake gems, designer nail tips and a
variety of nail polishes.