Nail art transcends the usual ideals of beauty. It is not necessary to have a fairer complexion, a flat stomach, an hourglass figure, or long, straight hair to accomplish this. Try-outs are open to everyone. The only thing left to do is choose a design you like and begin embellishing.
Here are some reasons why you should give nail art a try if you haven’t already. Who knows, you might find the artist you’ve always been. You should try nail art for the following five reasons:
1. It’s Captivating
With nail art, you can experiment with more designs than with a regular manicure. If being bold doesn’t fit your personality, it merely needs to be unique in order to stand out.
Instead of limiting yourself to just one dull hue, you can mix as many as you choose. You can also make letters or draw basic lines using a peeling tool or nail art markers. Your fingernails can be more striking the more colors and patterns you use.
2. It Can Be Used for Any Situation
Want to get into the holiday spirit? You can express your creativity while celebrating various holidays, such as Halloween or Christmas, with nail art. Try going for a joyful holiday-themed one this weekend, would you?
3. It Supports Your Creativity
With nail art, you may create a wide range of designs, including cartoon characters, cuisine, animals, and commonplace objects. In reality, you can get inspiration from everything. You may even spark a trend with your original ideas. The possibilities of your imagination are endless. Try your experimentation!
4. Adding Colors Is Just One Part of the Process
Applying various shades of nail paint is only one aspect of nail art. Rhinestone stickers, beads, laces, glitters, and many other components can all be used to create 3-D effects. Although they may be challenging to use, the results can give your nails more life.
You don’t need to buy tools to set things up professionally if you don’t have the money. The dotting tool can be replaced with a toothpick or hairpin. In terms of the stripping tool, you can get an old paintbrush and cut it to the desired size.
5. It’s a Tough (But Rewarding) Piece of Art.
Let’s be honest. Nail art is not for everyone (see video above). Some accept the challenge, but later give up when they find it’s not as simple as it first appears to be. To put all the details together, you need perseverance, patience, and deft handwriting. Although you can pay a manicurist to handle the labor-intensive work for you, there is satisfaction in doing it yourself. You can also receive compliments on your artistic talent.
Why are you holding out? Get some nail paint and some tools, and start brainstorming a design for your nails right now.