How do I offer nail art to my clients if I’m not good at freehand drawing?
Nail art is in the eye of the beholder! I can’t draw things very well freehand but like to say I can move blobs and create nail fashion. You would be amazed at what can be created from dots and lines that are either merged together or connected in random ways, even my hearts and stars are dots and lines! Watch videos on NAILStv (www.nailsmag.com/nailstv) or look at some of the art step-by-steps on the NAILS website. Sometimes seeing a design broken down into steps can help it feel more approachable as a concept. Have fun! — Holly Schippers, Bussey, Iowa, is a CND education ambassador and a blogger at blogs.nailsmag.com/fingernailfixer.
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