Japenese Nail Art

In Japanese nail art, nail artists use hand-painting or airbrush techniques on on acrylic nail chips that are then attached to the real nail underneath. The artwork work can also be done directly on the hand (or foot!) While most of the two-dimensional art is designed to give some depth and the impression of three dimensions, actual 3-dimensional art is practiced as well using sculpture powder and the addition of charms and small bits of jewelry. Intricately & creatively painted and sculptured nails complete with flowery rhinestones and lacy stick-ons (known as nail chips) are what Japanese Nail Art is all about. Nail Art has become a big part in Japanese Fashion for women (and some men too). It took a while for nail art to gain popularity in Japan until Japan Nail Association was formed. Veterans members of the Japan Nail Association have been working to promote the industry for the past 24 years. But it is only during the last decade that the industry has begun to boom and nail artists have made their mark on the Japanese fashion industry.


Fresh fruit of Japanese nail art. This trend actually started sometime in the early 90s but is making a comeback as Japanese artists developed new ways to make them more interesting. Japanese nail art continues to bring smiles to people who give high regard to their appearance and those who give importance to unique fashion and art. Japanese nail art is very creative and unique. And being the art as Japanese, it does not mean that you have to find a Japan nail salon just to get your nails done. 3D nails emphasize the beauty of fine art and can serve as an extension of your imagination. The modern women have helped the 3D nail and the nail care industry in the world to grow at astonishing rates. Today, different artificial beauty methods are hitting the market and going beyond the usual practices.


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