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And I was super stoked to see over 700 likes. So many thanks to the Nail Art/Industry community for showing the love!
It is such a amazing thing to have the support of a great periodical like Nails Magazine. As well as the love and support of a man who enjoys the fact that I love to do this work, and encourages me at every turn.
The other thing that I wanted to mention was the fact that Nails Magazine is a professional nail technicians periodical that fully supports the vision of nail technicians and nail technology. Where else can you get inspiration for nail art, great information on products, step by step techniques, interviews with industry greats, business building ideas, information about furthering your education….ok ok I know….enough already.
What I am trying to say is that Nails Magazine is a wonderful place to go to get inspired, educated, excited and motivated in our industry.
from Nails Magazine
Thank you again to Nails Magazine for giving us all of these things and letting us share with each other.
I got to meet both Lucien Henderson and (quickly said hello to) his incredibly talented sister, Holly from FingerNailFixer while I was at the Nails Magazine Next Top Nail Artist Finale in Long Beach this last weekend.
from Pixter Photo Booths
OK they may hunt me down for publishing this pic! But seriously………..
The new tool is called The Ring Thing and it is made of un-coated metal with a hand polished and electro-plated surface. It has unique divets that will hold and allow product (gel, polish, paint ect) to be stored. Plus the unique design allows the artist to flood the brush and wipe it out on the little “tip of the drop”
Included in the design is a special space that allows the artist to load the perfect amount of product into the brush and make sure it’s bristles are nicely lined up!
Quote from Empower Nail Art site is that you can also use the Ring Thing
as a mold for custom made cabochons.
As well as having a adjustable band that will allow you to fit it to any finger, this light weight tool will keep your imagination flowing!
Thank you for giving the nail artist the tools to let their imagination run free to create beautiful things.
Here is the link for Empower Nail Art http://www.empowernailart.com/ where you can also find Empower Nail Art Films plus the accompanying tools needed to create diverse nail art like this.
I follow this gal on Twitter called @TheGalDownUnder and I’m not sure where she got this but it is too funny!
Ok because it is a nail blog, here is some art for you!
#31nails2014 Jan 14 HOME TOWN INSPIRED. My home town is on Vancouver Island, BC Canada, right on the ocean, where there are lots of large green trees! I also used some inspiration from Neiru as well. A Japanese Nail Art teaching site. Go to https://neiru.me for more info.