Right now, nail art designed straight on your nails is one of the biggest fashion accessories of the moment and everyone wants to get their hands on some. Nail art design trends are constantly changing which means there is always something new and fun to try on your fashion forward fingers or toes.
You don’t need to have extra-long acrylic nail extensions or false nails to be able to have art on your nails either, some of the cutest looks happen on short natural nails. Nail art designs can be directly applied to the natural nails after a manicure, gel polish or on artificial nails such as acrylic enhancements.
These must have nail art designs can be achieved by using many different methods and a variety of colours, depending on your own individual style and personality. It could be something really simple and elegant like adding a splash of glitter or crystal rhinestones to the more extravagant 3D acrylic nail design.
Some people like to have nail art designs for a special occasion such as weddings, birthdays and holiday’s. It is always something to consider when planning for your big day, to ask your nails stylist to come up with a nail art designs that matches your outfit.
Free hand – These are patterns that are hand painted onto the nail with nail polish or acrylic nail paint using various sized brushes and tools to achieve the desired look. Some designs can be very intricate and require a lot of skill, patience and a steady hand from the nail artist.
Stickers – Nail art stickers are a simple way to add a design to your nails in an instant. These are predesigned patterns or shapes that are easy to use by peeling off and sticking right onto the nail in the desired position.
Airbrushing – This is simply spray painting for nails. Using an airbrush gun that is attached to a compressor to blow out air and acrylic water based paint simultaneous onto the nail. Your nail artist will then use stencils to create the chosen design being able to layer colours and patterns.
Embellishment – Crystals, rhinestones, gems, sequins, studs, microbeads, ceramic flowers, fimo canes, crushed shells, pressed flowers, feathers, and lace. These are but a number of items that can be added to your design.
Let’s get creative, Rebecca Tomas the Nail Adviser is waiting to style your nails for you. She is an experienced nail technician based on the Slough trading estate. Get in touch today