Fashion

Brush Stroke of Genius

Disappointed that hairstylists have an abundance of edgy, beautiful tools (like tatted up blow dryers and flat irons), while nail techs have fewer choices when it comes to stylish implements, Anna Cobasky, salon owner and operator of Salon Designs in Glendale, Ariz., decided to give her nail brushes an edgy twist.

Disappointed that hairstylists have an abundance of edgy, beautiful tools (like tatted up blowdryers and flat irons), while nail techs have fewer choices when it comes to stylish implements, Anna Cobasky, salon owner and operator of Salon Designs in Glendale, Ariz., decided to give her nail brushes an edgy twist. “I take all sizes of acrylic and gel brushes and add tattoos to them,” she says. “The tattoos are body tattoos that I put on with water, then I epoxy over them so the acrylic or gel will not ruin the art. I also add rhinestones or glass beads.” She’s recently started selling them on Etsy.com; visit her store at www.etsy.com/shop/tattooed13 or e-mail her at [email protected]

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