I Scream Nails prides itself on amazing nail art and friendly customer service.
The typical client at Melbourne-based Trophy Wife is female, aged 21-40, and in touch with fashion and trends.
Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife created this moon manicure variation. Photography by Ryan Wheatley
Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife notes a recent trend toward more minimalist nail art, though she adds there is still room for bolder designs. Photography by Ryan Wheatley
Australian nail tech Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife has created nails for editorial photo shoots. Photography by Ryan Wheatley
Negative space nail art is a trend cited by several nail professionals in Australia. This design is by Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife. Photography by Ryan Wheatley
The Nail Lab is located in Sydney’s creative hub of Darlinghurst.
This stripes-on-white nail art design was created by The Nail Lab.
This moon manicure was created by The Nail Lab.
Nail shapes run the gamut in Australia, reflecting individual client and nail tech preference. These nails were shaped by The Nail Lab.
Negative space nail art, like this design created at The Nail Lab, is a current trend in Australia.
The Nail Lab’s most requested treatment is the signature manicure/pedicure package.
The Mix and Match 5 is the most popular service at nail art-focused salon I Scream Nails.
I Scream Nails only services hands, not feet.