Holy stiletto Batman!! Nail art has been back with a vengeance. Nail art is ever-evolving from the exposed lunula (half-moon) to French manicure, razor-sharp stiletto nails and the latest of them all, ballerina nails. Feathers, rhinestones, sequins, glitter, sparkles, 3D accents, textures, water marbling, stamping, and appliqués. There is no shortage of trends for nail art. Seems like we are obsessed with nail art all over again. No-holds bar, anything goes when it comes to this trend, it can be elaborate as your imagination allows.
I recall a time when the only nail shapes were square, round, and squoval (no, not a real word). The latest fashion trends in nails don't stop at the boring old shapes. Now you can choose from lipstick, almond and slant, only to name a few. Maybe not the most practical but certainly "trendy".
With social media sites for inspiration such as Instagram and Pinterest, the average person can turn their nail plate into a canvas. If you are searching for a spectacular quick dry nail polish for art, look no further than quick dry nail polish, Dazzle Dry™. Although this vegan nail polish was created for natural nails, many well-known nail artists across the country turn to this remarkable vegan nail polish for its fast-drying formulation and the ability to layer designs quickly. They have a stunning assortment of varying effects such as opaque crèmes, sheer, semi-sheer, neon, shimmer, light shimmer, metallic, glitter, x-treme glitter, and lace textures. Surely you can find something to satisfy your inner artist.
Regardless of your Picasso-like art abilities, there is a manicure you can DIY if you search long enough on the internet. From simple polka dots to abstract images on your nails, there is a how-to for every taste online and in magazines. Keep searching and before you know it you can be a bona fide artiste. But consider yourself warned, once you catch the nail art bug, there is no cure. Get motivated to switch up your average manicure.