Brenda picked this set from Nail max collection as the last set to wear before school re-opens!
I’ve always been worried about 5-petal flowers as they look so simple but they’re actually really hard to put together-any variation in the degree where you place them, they look strange and put of shape!
Thankfully I managed to do this set quite alright!
They look really sweet don’t they?
Mary asked for Suzy’s zoo bear (she also gave me a link to nailist Momo’s art) and I was so caught up with the love of acrylic nail art I tried my hand with quite a few characters!
Rilakkuma, korilakkuma, pony and carebear and the doggies credits to amazing nailist Momo!
The rest I tried on my own from figurines that surface from my google search!
Hope you like them!
Celia wanted a set of nails for her bridal shoot!
I was soooo nervous, as this was my first ever, set of bridal nails, hence the title “Bridal Nails Un(one in french)”.
Before this session, I only knew she wanted something with a nude base and asymmetrical flowers.
When she arrived, I quickly showed her the whole lot of magazines I had, and the nail wheels I’ve done previously.
She told me she wanted each nail to be different and that the ring finger would be the unique nail as she would take more pictures of that nail during the photo shoot.(By this time I was in cold sweat!
Coming up with unique designs of my own still posed as a great challenge to me!)
After some discussion… Here’s what was concocted:
This is my first time doing peach colored roses and the color’s awesome!!!
Celia’s so sweet she knew I wasn’t happy with how the photos turned out when I took them today, so she took more pictures when she got home and sent them to me!
I had such a fun time chit-chatting with her this session and she left me with my very challenging homework, her wedding nails!
I hope I can come up with a set that stands out more for her actual wedding day as per her request(extremely stressed).
It was Kelly’s first visit here and she was late for quite a bit so we couldn’t do a set of nails with acrylic roses as she would like(we were also limited by the colors she preferred).
She also had a hard time choosing from the many design charts at Ying’s house but she was sure she wanted a clear or nude base with clean-looking art.
Good thing knew she wanted lace, so we ended up with a set with two types of gorgeous lace drawn with acrylic paint in white.
The lace and the subtle background color makes it perfect for weddings too!
I added this clear base with lace idea to my personal favorite list as it really does look very clean and is suitable for many occasions, I’d probably tweak the lace to how I’d like it for my own nails. 🙂
The pictures say it all-rose garden, the subtle, demure look:
Ever since Ying brought back those awesome stickers from Japan, customers have been asking for it. This customer knew she wanted the gorgeous roses but left the design to me.
She wanted one simple flower on each thumb on a simplified background of Ying’s nail art design, so she picked Gelish Make a Difference to match Gelish Forever Beauty. I love it!