Amazing Acrylic Nail Art 2016.Do you remember the model Twiggy? Frosted lipstick and long red nails—they became a sensation all over the world. This was a key period of fashion revolution in London. At the same time in America, nails were clipped off and nail polish was kept away. The natural look took over. By the 70’s, false nails were popularized by Raquel Welch and Barbra Streisand, with their long beige fingernails. The square-shape nail also came to life at this period. Nail art fashion has continued to evolve since these earlier days.
Nail art is composed of stylized manicures and pedicures. There are numerous designs and colors mixed and matched to achieve unique nail art designs. Preparing your nails for nail art painting requires cleaning your nails, shaping them, caring for the cuticle, hand massage, as well as polishing and buffing your nails. Manicured and pedicured nails contribute to good grooming and hygiene. Through nail art, grooming can be fun and creative as well. Your nails are your canvasses where you put your creative juices into images.
There are different techniques used by a nail stylist or even you yourself to get that nail effect you want. One of them is the use of acrylic nails. Acrylic nails are attached to the woman’s real nails to provide extension. Women who have always dreamt of having those long, sexy nails can now have them, and can even add acrylic nail art.
Acrylic nails have that natural look and are durable. They can also be decorated with paints to produce acrylic nail art designs. Acrylic nails also come with other acrylic products like acrylic nail powder and acrylic nail brushes.
It is very important to be sure that the acrylic product you are using is made from high quality substances. As acrylic products are cheap substitutes for polymer products, some of them contain substances that are banned and prohibited. These may cause damaging effects to your nails. An example is the yellowing effect that can result from cheap products.
Acrylic nails are a good support for weak nails. Some acrylic nails are exposed to safe UV lamps for short time to make the nails stronger and flexible.