You can start to create some sort of pattern, once you already done with the base layers. Use a web page on Internet or magazine as your reference. You might feel that your hands is not steady enough to write a straight line, but this is something that you can’t learn very fast. It takes time before you’re able to master it. Just keep practicing and you should be able to do a good nail hand design by yourself.
It’s 1985 and you’re watching Moonlighting when they cut to commercial and that familiar, graceful hand fills your screen… “they press on in seconds… no glue, no mess” (click here for a trip down memory lane). Though the beloved Lee Press On Nails fell out of style as acrylic tips clawed their way onto the professional manicure scene in the 90′s, a 21st century version of the super sticky tab/plastic nail innovation is making a cool comeback thanks to MAC, the ultra glam cosmetics company, and Ruffian, the cult favorite New York clothing line.
The buzz in the beauty blogosphere is that MAC used press on nails during a Ruffian Fashion Week runway show to give models a quick manicure. And now the brands have collaborated to bring the backstage beauty trick to MAC counters this summer with “a collection of super-chic press-ons in varying takes on the signature Ruffian half-moon manicure”, according to InStyle.com.
Unusual manicure inspired by the binary numeral system. [link]
Fun manicure by Janet Riffe was inspired by Christmas holidays. [link]