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InternatioNAILS: Australia Gallery

by NLS Staff | May 25, 2016
<p>I Scream Nails prides itself on amazing nail art and friendly customer service.</p>
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I Scream Nails prides itself on amazing nail art and friendly customer service.

<p>The typical client at Melbourne-based Trophy Wife is female, aged 21-40, and in touch with fashion and trends.</p>
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The typical client at Melbourne-based Trophy Wife is female, aged 21-40, and in touch with fashion and trends.

<p>Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife created this moon manicure variation. Photography by Ryan Wheatley</p>
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Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife created this moon manicure variation. Photography by Ryan Wheatley

<p>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</p>
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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

<p>Australian nail tech Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife has created nails for editorial photo shoots. Photography by Ryan Wheatley</p>
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Australian nail tech Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife has created nails for editorial photo shoots. Photography by Ryan Wheatley

<p>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</p>
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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

<p>The Nail Lab is located in Sydney&rsquo;s creative hub of Darlinghurst.</p>
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The Nail Lab is located in Sydney’s creative hub of Darlinghurst.

<p>This stripes-on-white nail art design was created by The Nail Lab.</p>
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This stripes-on-white nail art design was created by The Nail Lab.

<p>This moon manicure was created by The Nail Lab.</p>
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This moon manicure was created by The Nail Lab.

<p>Nail shapes run the gamut in Australia, reflecting individual client and nail tech preference. These nails were shaped by The Nail Lab.</p>
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Nail shapes run the gamut in Australia, reflecting individual client and nail tech preference. These nails were shaped by The Nail Lab.

<p>Negative space nail art, like this design created at The Nail Lab, is a current trend in Australia.</p>
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Negative space nail art, like this design created at The Nail Lab, is a current trend in Australia.

<p>The Nail Lab&rsquo;s most requested treatment is the signature manicure/pedicure package.</p>
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The Nail Lab’s most requested treatment is the signature manicure/pedicure package.

<p>At The Library Nail Salon in Perth, coffin nails are a trend.</p>
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At The Library Nail Salon in Perth, coffin nails are a trend.

<p>The Mix and Match 5 is the most popular service at nail art-focused salon I Scream Nails.</p>
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The Mix and Match 5 is the most popular service at nail art-focused salon I Scream Nails.

<p>I Scream Nails only services hands, not feet.</p>
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I Scream Nails only services hands, not feet.

<p>I Scream Nails prides itself on amazing nail art and friendly customer service.</p>
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I Scream Nails prides itself on amazing nail art and friendly customer service.

<p>The typical client at Melbourne-based Trophy Wife is female, aged 21-40, and in touch with fashion and trends.</p>
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The typical client at Melbourne-based Trophy Wife is female, aged 21-40, and in touch with fashion and trends.

<p>Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife created this moon manicure variation. Photography by Ryan Wheatley</p>
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Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife created this moon manicure variation. Photography by Ryan Wheatley

<p>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</p>
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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

<p>Australian nail tech Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife has created nails for editorial photo shoots. Photography by Ryan Wheatley</p>
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Australian nail tech Chelsea Bagan of Trophy Wife has created nails for editorial photo shoots. Photography by Ryan Wheatley

<p>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</p>
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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

<p>The Nail Lab is located in Sydney&rsquo;s creative hub of Darlinghurst.</p>
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The Nail Lab is located in Sydney’s creative hub of Darlinghurst.

<p>This stripes-on-white nail art design was created by The Nail Lab.</p>
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This stripes-on-white nail art design was created by The Nail Lab.

<p>This moon manicure was created by The Nail Lab.</p>
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This moon manicure was created by The Nail Lab.

<p>Nail shapes run the gamut in Australia, reflecting individual client and nail tech preference. These nails were shaped by The Nail Lab.</p>
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Nail shapes run the gamut in Australia, reflecting individual client and nail tech preference. These nails were shaped by The Nail Lab.

<p>Negative space nail art, like this design created at The Nail Lab, is a current trend in Australia.</p>
11/15
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Negative space nail art, like this design created at The Nail Lab, is a current trend in Australia.

<p>The Nail Lab&rsquo;s most requested treatment is the signature manicure/pedicure package.</p>
12/15
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The Nail Lab’s most requested treatment is the signature manicure/pedicure package.

<p>At The Library Nail Salon in Perth, coffin nails are a trend.</p>
13/15
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At The Library Nail Salon in Perth, coffin nails are a trend.

<p>The Mix and Match 5 is the most popular service at nail art-focused salon I Scream Nails.</p>
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The Mix and Match 5 is the most popular service at nail art-focused salon I Scream Nails.

<p>I Scream Nails only services hands, not feet.</p>
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I Scream Nails only services hands, not feet.

Gain insight into Australia's nail industry. This slideshow accompanies the third story in NAILS’ InternatioNAIL series: Australia: Down Under, Nail Art Is Up.

Read about Australia here.

You'll find the entire series here.

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