A nail art brush with an angled head used to create intricate designs; bristles are cut at a 45° angle for control when drawing a slant.
September 1, 2010
When it comes to nail art, it isn’t a one-brush-will-do kind of situation. With the proper brush, a tech can create everything from thin detailed lines, to color-blended shadows, and even elaborate flowers.
This psychedelic nail requires no precision. In fact, imperfections are encouraged.
Nail school grad, Lisa Bennett, discovered a nail hack that is both creative and green.
The creative minds at San Francisco’s TopCoat Nail Studio were put to the test earlier this year when the city’s Asian Art Museum and Museum of Modern Art commissioned them to create nail art pieces inspired by artworks from a joint exhibition called “Gorgeous.”
Jamaica Starr’s background is one of those against-the-odds stories that imparts hope. Now a successful salon owner and instructor for Sindy Mark’s Nail Art Academy, Starr overcame a life once rife with drugs, prison, and hardship. We caught up with Starr to find out how she left her old life behind to attain her dreams.
The silicone-tipped tools are ideal for small detailed work, intricate art designs, smile lines, and cleaning cuticles
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