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Inspiration Beats Imitation

by Holly Schippers | July 11, 2017 | Bookmark +
These are the toes I loved on Instagram (credit: @nastini_nogti)

These are the toes I loved on Instagram (credit: @nastini_nogti)

A huge part of #naileyes is being able to take inspiration from something without copying the idea exactly. #BFFmel did just that for me on my toes. I loved a photo of toenails done by @nastini_nogtion that I spotted on the Nail Hub Instagram page. I forwarded them to her and now I have amazing toes that I love created with her #naileyes!

These are the toes done for me by #BFFmel.

These are the toes done for me by #BFFmel.

When clients bring in a photo from Pinterest or Instagram, you can use it as an inspiration and create your own look. This gives them their own “Pinterest-worthy” nail design while also allowing you to create something custom instead of trying to duplicate it.

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