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Exotic Nails by alexey ,  Jun 22, 2015
All women deserve to be appreciated, respected, and admired. When a woman improves her appearance, an amazing thing happens. People begin to pay attention to her, listen to her, seek her company, ask her opinion. She becomes more confident, and this makes her look even better! As her confidence grows, so does the respect she receives – at work, at home, everywhere. As her insecurity falls away, she becomes more daring, self-assured, courageous; she finds she can do anything. Her life improves in every way.

Exotic Nails IBS New York Show 1st Place Winner

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Exotic Nails IBS New York Show 1st Place Winner

Nail Tech Name:Susan Tumbelty

Salon Name:Sanzio Salon & Day Spa (732) 566-6800

Location: Matawan, New Jersey, USA

Date Added: 4/14/2006 8:04 PM

I'm so happy with the way these nails turned out! I've had the pattern in my brain for a few days and it was fun to finally get it on my nails. The pattern reminds me of something but I can't really think what it is... to me it looks like my nails are wearing jewelry!China Glaze On Safari nail art - China Glaze Exotic Encounters, Call of the Wild, I Herd That This is the second time I've done solid-color dots with glitter dots on top (the first being those necklace nails from earlier this week) and I think it might be my new favorite thing to do. It's so easy and I think it looks so cool. When I originally thought of this design I knew for sure what base color I wanted to use - China Glaze Exotic Encounters, a beautiful jewel-like teal that looks darker and more green indoors and lighter and bluer outdoors (at least on me). I used 2 easy coats for perfection... this is definitely one of my new favorite colors. I kinda wish I'd gotten a backup bottle. 

Master Class “Tropical exotic”

Master Class "Tropical exotic"

Hand nail design

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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.

Nails look beautiful when perfectly manicured. The art of the manicure has morphed way beyond simple color and the decorative French nails. Nail art has become a hot fashion trend that has artists creating amazing works on a very small canvas.
  • Nails decorated with animal prints such as zebra or cheetah look beautiful. Make the animal print unique by using colors to create the designs.
  • Flowers are huge creating beautiful blooms to show off on the nails.
  • Fun designs that replicate plaid patterns are now popular.
  • Fingernails that appear as if being gift wrapped are a simple decorative statement.
  • The ombre effect of painting the nails from a light bed to a dark tip is an elegant artistic look.

Mac Press On Instagram

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

Binary Nails

Unusual manicure inspired by the binary numeral system. [link]

Binary Nails

Christmas Nails

Fun manicure by Janet Riffe was inspired by Christmas holidays. [link]

Christmas Nails