Nail art represents an artistic decoration of nails. It is a well known fact that nails can serve as an additional accessory for women. Consequently this method is a good opportunity to introduce a bright detail in your image. One can decorate nails with stickers, water acrylic paints, nail polishes, gels or acrylic. The main thing is to let the imagination run riot.

One can mark out the most popular tendencies in this art. As before French manicure is still popular in many countries of the world. This way of nail art implies the applying of white lacquer to the tips of the nails. The rest part of the finger or toe nails is polished with colorless or soft pink nail varnish. Furthermore you may use another combination of colours. The nail tips may be decorated with acryl, paints, strass and other details.

The nails’ painting can bring very interesting results. People who know much about this art technology use different nail polishes, acryl, silver glitters and others. The given art technology is very simple. The manicure specialist applies a pattern with the help of acrylic paints or nail polishes on the surface of natural or artificial nails. The result depends on the imagination and skills of a manicure specialist. The picture may be also decorated with beads, feathers, lace or stickers. At that the pattern can be either flat or volumetric. The latter and namely the volumetric technology is used when a woman is going to some celebrations or festive. The master uses acrylic powders or gels in order to stick small flowers, petals, different forms of little men to the nails. The nails can be also decorated with piercing.

The so called aquarium nail art enjoys wide popularity as well. You have an illusion as if the picture is inside the nail under the layer of acryl. At that the picture which was applied to the nails may be kept for a long time. The aquarium art design may be flat or by volume. In this case the manicure specialist uses a diversity of colored nail polishes and paints and special decorative elements. It is a big opportunity for a master to display his/her creativity.

When creating a unique appearance the main thing is to be not afraid of experimenting. The result of nail art will pleasantly amaze not only you but also all people around you.

Some Of The Coolest Nail Art Designs

 Coral Nail Art Design

That coral could probably replace the need for a fork!

 Christmas Nail Art Design

Christmas time by US!

 Candy Nail Art Design

 Food Nail Art Design

Feeling hungry? Fast food nails

 Super Mario Nail Art Design

What Is the Point of Nail Art?

Apparently nail art is "the new lipstick," enjoying soaring popularity, both on the runway and IRL, due to nail-art-happy celebrities and the proliferation of Internet "nail porn," where devotees swap DIY tips and post aspirational photos on blogs like ^@!$  Yeah Nail Art." At least, that's what CNN says. The article is well-timed; I've definitely noticed that more and more of my favorite blogs are covering the practice. But I have to confess: I do not get the whole nail art thing at all.
Sure, nail art is cool to look at, but I just can't fathom why anyone would want to spend 30+ bucks a pop sitting still while a stranger draws complicated designs on their nailbeds — especially given that, even if you're not as much of a klutz as I am, there's no way the diminutive art will last more than a week or so.
I tried to keep an open mind as I read the CNN story, which declares that "nail art has emerged as a democratic form of self-expression in which anyone can participate." Is a temporary service which, according to this article (and most of the nail salons I've been to) only starts at $30 really "relatively cheap?" And are there real women out there who delve into the wide world of nail art techniques — CNN describes "intricate floral patterns, glittery mosaics, 3-D motifs emblazoned with lace, gems, charms, foils and even magnets" — without fucking their digits up eventually? I love getting basic manicures, but I always manage to chip my nails right away, sometimes literally before I walk out of the salon. I can't imagine putting time and energy into, say, a "glittery mosaic" and ruining it a few days later! Sure, you can teach yourself to be a nail art whiz, which would cut costs but take even more time, but then wouldn't it be even more frustrating to mess it all up?
Maybe it's just me: I'm a writer, so I spend most of my day typing, and I'm a fast-paced person, so I'm often accidentally bumping into things. I'm also not very artistically inclined. If I manage to draw something that doesn't look ridiculous, I want that shit saved on my fridge for life, not flaking away as soon as I take a shower.
I don't mean to demean all you nail-art aficionados out there; there are definitely activities I spend my time and money on that other people would consider equally mindboggling. But I'm interested to know if there are others out there that share my bewilderment, or if I should just let it go and practice stencilling mini-hearts.