Xueyi is my very amazing client who picks gorgeous designs and is always the trend setter.
If you’ve been following my blog, you’d see her unique taste!
Not only is her bridal manicure not in the traditional white, her toes aren’t traditional french too!
She picked pretty watercolor floral design for her big toes and a bright chilli red with gold french tips!
Bold isn’t she?
Thank you Xueyi, for letting me do your bridal nails! I’m honored!
I have a variety of clients!
There are those who pick designs from nail magazines, those who pick designs from the Internet, those who pick designs from my nail art wheel, and the amazingly talented ones like Jasz who spends time and effort designing her own set of nails!
You may have seen her previous set of nails, inspired by the increasingly popular Jewellery brand Pandora?
This time, she wanted Carebears!!! And she designed this way before she came back from Bangkok!
Look how beautiful her hand drawing is!
She was so awesome she even sent me pictures of her inspiration!
If you’re a faithful follower of this blog, you would have seen my mock-up for her?
Now see the real set on her nails:
How do you like them?
After her Care bears Manicure, she continued with her gel pedicure(design credit to Simply Rins), while her sweet husband was waiting for her downstairs!!!
You’re one lucky woman Jasz!
And you deserve it because you’re so sweet! Thank you for the Bangkok snacks!!! ❤
I came across this pretty set on Nail Max/Nail Up magazine this month, and I knew I definitely wanted to try it, as its so pretty!
I didn’t take a picture of the actual set in a magazine, but I did a quick mockup:
Overwhelmed with the beauty of the design, I stupidly ignored the fact that I have dark skin and went ahead with my pedicure.
Then I realized, much as I love baby pink, it doesn’t suit me.
After a painstaking 1.5hours, this was how my toes looked:
I wasn’t a single bit pleased at the outcome. =(
Tomorrow will be the day I change my manicure, so if there’s time, I’d defintely change my pedicure as well.
It’s hard to ignore how badly this color suits me but I’ll bear with it for now.
Even thought the color was disastrous for me, I’m sure this set will be a hit with brides! The design is so soft and feminine, right?
I’ve yet to post pictures of my toes which is 17 days old, done with Gelish.
Some people think it’s ridiculous to have Gelish worn on their toes as normal polish lasts long enough for them, but my clients and I think otherwise.
We love how we can walk away worry-free the moment our feet leaves the LED lamp, and how the shine never dulls even after a month.
Jasz is one of my clients who loves Gelish, so she sent me a picture of Shona’s manicure and wanted them on her big toe, while the smaller toes get dressed with polka dots.
And here’s how they look:
All art done with gel polish!!! The result is an abstract look, but I LOVED IT!
Mara, my cousin, came back from Taiwan and wanted to try out Gelish Pedicure this time!
She picked an adorable bow design from Nail Max June issue for her toes!
We mixed them up with polka dots for the toes that were smaller and here they are!!!!
Aren’t they super cute????
I left my tools at home as I went to Ying’s place on Saturday, no dotting tool for me, so I used my art brush. Should’ve tried using an orange stick though, but, oh well…
I think I’m starting to love doing Gelish Pedicures!
A lot of times we groom our fingernails, and tend to neglect our toenails.
But you know what? Toes deserve some attention too right? For being part of our feet that carries our entire body weight, they deserve to shine, as much as our fingers.
Caren was my second customer that re-visited Felicious Nails when we moved to Hougang.
She couldn’t have her fingernails done as she was still schooling, so she wanted to give her toes some attention.
I loved that she knew what she wanted, sketched a picture of her nail design on a piece of paper and sent it to me.
She told me she wanted Cath Kidson roses on her big toes.
But when she arrived she saw my latest design on the nail wheel, so she picked the new floral design I had.
I modified the design a little to suit the rest of her toes.
Here’s the modified look:
I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee it, don’t you?
This is the third time I’ve had the chance to serve Priscilla, and it was always fun! She’s very nice talk to and a very easy-going person!
She leaves the designs to Ying and I when she comes for her monthly Gelish mani and pedi.
This time Ying proposed a French tip with lace and it turned out like this:
*Pictures credited to awseome Ying!
I loved how the effect turned out to be, Ying always has such great ideas and color combinations! I’ve always thought Gelish Medieval Madness would be hard to match, but she proved me wrong!
This set looks so clean and polished!
In fact, I love this so much, I think I’ll slip it into the “To-do manicure/pedicure” file.