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Sarah Avatar

I do! I’m still learning, so for me personally nail art is a pretty rhinestone pattern I put on an accent nail. But I LOVE looking to the creativity of others, and seeing their nail art inspires me to keep improving! Some people have real talent!

Lizzie - IsolatedColor Avatar

My nails have some kind of art on them more often than not. I used to do freehand stuff more frequently, but ever since I discovered nail stamping, that’s usually what I do. Stamping is super easy, takes very little time, and looks really impressive. Barely any effort is required! 😀
My left hand currently has candy corn stripes, a little ghost cat, a pumpkin, stamped bats, and some creepy drips.

Lynnie Avatar

I just freehanded some halloween nails! I have a pumpkin, skeleton, a cat, candy corn, and the word boo each on a finger. This is probs the most extensive nail art I’ve done, but ever since I’ve discovered nail art brushes I’ve been including it more in my nails 😊. Another helpful tip is that nail art is often more illusion than art 🙃

Nancy T Avatar

Waaay back when I lived in New Jersey, I used to get my nails done at a really wonderful Mani/pedi place. And I’d get nail art done there sometimes. I’ve been known to do simple nail art on my own, but haven’t in probably 8 years? My hands just aren’t steady enough anymore. But I DO enjoy seeing it on other people’s claws!

Jess Avatar

The one time I tried stickers, it was an utter failure. I have so many colors now that I’m tempted to try something simple, like a dot on the base, just to get more variety in one shot, if that makes sense!

Pearl Avatar

Yes and yes! I have tried water marbling, sponging on ombré, fluid nail art, stamping and decals. I typically do stamping but if I have enough time I will settle in with my fluid nail art kit or spend an afternoon water marbling.

brendacr1 Avatar

Now that I’m double vaccinated and have returned to the nail salon yay! (My own nails are weak and are hopeless at looking nice.) I have black and orange sparkly nails at the moment. I will have nail art done on my nails at times but nothing that would scream out “look at me!” I just like more toned down elegant styles, a rhinestone or two does look nice though. I do like sparkle

Helene Avatar

I find it fun, interesting and often beautiful on others. I have only had an occasional gold stripe across one nail, nothin elaborate. I had that back when I had gel nails done at a manicurists place. Unfortunately the gel only worked once, the second time I had it done, it lifted from my nails in a week.
I’m not skilled enough or artistic enough to do my own, unfortunately. The only thing I do do is a 1940’s style with the halfmoons at the base of the mail bare and the rest of the nail in a glorious red. Not much to brag about. 😉

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