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1 Nail Art Design, 4 Ways

Something as simple as a palette change can make the design almost unrecognizable from one client to the next.

Even if you’ve only got one nail art design on your menu, don’t shy away from offering it to a diverse clientele. The secret? Switch up the colors to suit each client’s personality. Something as simple as a palette change can make the design almost unrecognizable from one client to the next. Veteran nail artist Jade Sewell of Just Nails, Great Falls, Mont., demonstrates.

For a rockstar client, varying shades of green create an eye-catching French that looks almost serpentine.

For the romantic, use the soft colors of a traditional French with clear rhinestones adding the most subtle bling.

If a tropical vacation is on the horizon for your client, bright citrus shades lend an exotic vibe.

 

If she’s into the ’50s look, then use a contrasting black and white background with glamorous red rhinestones.

Keywords:   handpainted nail art     learning new techniques     newbie  

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