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Summer Textured Nail Trends

Posted on: 5/23/13 11:31 PM


2012 autumn runway fashion has now become summer trends, and the most sought-after trend is textured nails. Popular designs includesthe caviar manicure, velvet smooth, sand blasted and matte finished nails, each colorfully dynamic in their own way.

 

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The caviar manicure was quick to catch on after its fall premier at Cushine et Ochs’ runway show. The appearance of the small beads can create the impression of having your nails dipped in caviar, a ...




Cinco de Mayo Manicures

Posted on: 4/23/13 1:05 PM


The festive holiday of Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner; celebrated on the fifth of May, this holiday honors the the Mexican army's heroic victory over the French at the 1862 Battle of the Puebla. However, it has since become a day in which many Americans celebrate their Mexican heritage and people of all backgrounds come together for colorful festivities. So why not get into the spirit with a little bit of color on your nails?! Below is ...




 

aut_awareness_monthHaving trouble displaying your passion and awareness for Autism Awareness this month? In March 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued their ADDM autism prevalence report. The report concluded that the prevalence of autism had risen to 1 in every 88 births in the United States and almost 1 in 54 boys. In order to highlight the growing need for concern and awareness about autism, the Autism Society has been celebrating Nationa...



How to Shellac Nail Polish, Step-by-Step

Posted on: 12/7/12 6:00 PM


Tired of having to retouch your nails on a daily basis? Shellacking your nails might be the way to go, as the paint will last for up to a month (though it is recommended that it be redone ever fourteen days. Below, we detail a step-by-step guide to properly shellacking your nails. Step 1 You will first remove the old shellac nail polish.  You will need to soak a small piece of cotton in pure acetone nail polish remover then gently wrap the nail i...





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