So Hayley from FashionHayley.com and I sat down one day and decided to do some nail art. EYEBALLZZZZZZZZ <3
Polkadots and crystal ribbons! Did this set during my stint back in Singapore. Sigh.. miss my clients back home.
I got involved in a charity fashion event in Melbourne and to do my part I did the nails for all 8 models, the theme was 80s/90s Ghetto Grunge complete with spray splattered paint t-shirts, neon splashes, vintage knits and leathers and the outfits were restored vintage or 2nd hand pieces by the styling students. Colorful bindis, hot pink lips were the main outline for makeup. Outfits and accessories were for sale, nails were not. I designed the nail tips to be worn tacky dirty ghetto, animal prints and rude slogans on big bright gold and silver chrome This is the first, I have a couple more coming up.
Anonymous asked: Hi! Just wondering how you did the roses/where you got them and the Eiffel towers from in your latest post, they're amazing! x
Hi! The roses are sculpted on by me using acrylics and the eiffel tower are embellishments i got from my supplier. :)
I recently did this set of nails for a photoshoot. It was for a Melbourne based Cantonese Magazine called Melon Magazine. Pretty cute huh with the sculpted roses and embellishments. I <3
fullspectrumqueen asked: Do you do your nail art all with polish or is any of it acrylic paint? I've been doing nail art for a while now and to get it looking as smooth as you do would be amazing ouo
Hi! I do a lot of my nail art with acrylic paint, depending on the design and effect i’m trying to achieve, i play around with paint and polishes. But the one thing EVERY nail artist needs is Seche vite the super awesome topcoat for that brilliant gel-like shine finish (doesn’t hurt that it dries in under 2 mins). I can’t do my work without it. So do try that out and let me know the outcome to your works! Good Luck!