Beautiful nails, as a symbol of status, can show one’s good manners and temperament. Nail art, also known as nail design, refers to the process in which one’s nails are sterilized, cleaned, cared, maintained, reshaped and eventually beautified according to one’s requirements; including the shape of one’s hands, nails, skin and the color of clothing. Nail art boasts diverse characteristics.

Saturday, 26 January 2013

Aftercare Advise

·                                 "Shellac is a hybrid nail treatment, with the finish of a traditional polish but the long-lasting results of a gel treatment. It is scratch and wear-resistant and can have a variety of finishes including creme, pearl and metallic.

·                                 In the run-up to your Shellac manicure, I'd advise you to apply a nail and cuticle oil (I like CND Solar Oil )
 to keep the area conditioned and maintain the natural nail's flexibility. You should be using a product like this anyway to keep nails in good health and maintain moisture.

Sweep the brush across all 10 nails coating them in SolarOil - rub gently into the nail and the surrounding soft tissue! Use as often as you like!
After your manicure, keep using nail and cuticle oil to keep both the nails and the product well-conditioned. It's a good idea to wear rubber gloves when doing household chores, to keep your nails shiny.
Healthy nails mean strong nails - and stronger nails don't just look better, they stay polished for longer, too. But how can you build up their strength? 

The way you treat your nails has a lot to do with how strong they are. Rubber gloves might not look very cool, but if you over-expose your hands to water it will weaken your nails - so wear gloves every time you wash up. 

Keep a mini-tube of hand cream, , in your bag to reduce dehydration from hand-washing when you're out and about. 

We all know beauty comes from within, but this is especially true when it comes to your nails. "Since nails are growing and replacing themselves all the time, they need a good supply of minerals in the diet.

"Mineral-rich foods include lean meats, fish, eggs, grains, low-fat dairy, nuts and seeds." 

When you do your nails at home, make like a manicurist and file them in one direction only. Sawing at your nails, or buffing too vigorously, will cause splitting and peeling. 

The cuticle is where nails are created so don't neglect this area: a nourished cuticle will grow a resilient nail.
Oils like  will penetrate to the nail root, helping the development of strong and healthy.

Nail strengtheners that you paint on like polish can help toughen up your talons, but don't rely on them - use as an extra to good nail care and nutrition.

What Is Shellac

Hello ladies,
Deffinetly this time I will not show you a design.I would like to tell you more about shellac.
It is a hybrid, meaning half nail polish, half gel.
The product is thin and strong enough to be applied similarly to nail polish, but it is cured in a way that gives it great flexibility and durability. It also has the incredible shine associated only with gel nails.
Who is Shellac best suited for? Shellac is for people who want to maintain natural nails. The formulation looks as good from day 1 to day 14, but does not appear to damage nail beds.

Who is Shellac least suited for?Those looking to lengthen their nails. You cannot use Shellac to create a longer nail. Also, Sellac isn't for clients with extremely damaged nail beds, split or peeling nails. It is best to get on a corrective program with your manicurist before thinking about Shellac. If your nail is peeling off, it will take Shellac with it.
 How is Shellac different from the traditional polish manicure?Typical nail polish dries by evaporation, which means your manicure is not cured until 2-3 hours after your service. Think about it – most of your manicure time is spent waiting for polish to dry.
But Shellac is cured by UV light, and within minutes. Your nails are completely dry by the time your manicure is over, and strong enough to withstand accidental knocks. It acts like a plasticized coating, suitable as a long lasting polish.

How is a Shellac service different from traditional nail enhancements (fake nails)?Drills are never used or needed with Shellac, and removal does not leave nails dry, thin, possibly torn.

Can you apply Shellac at home? No, Shellac can only be applied by a licensed, trained manicurist. Improper tools or techniques will give a less than desirable result with Shellac.

And never forget it needs to be removed properly,    never scrape it off,because you might ripped you nail...

Sunday, 13 January 2013

My Indispensable Friend In Cold Winter Days

Hello there,

Today I will not show nail art design. I will  concentrate again on something that every loving herself woman needs to have in her bag.
I bought it some days ago(had something similar before).It is a product of Sally Hansen Cuticle & Nail Treatment Pen
Cuticle & Nail Treatment Pen
 The second item on the picture is Maybeline Hot new nail polish colour.

Saturday, 12 January 2013

Cherry Crush


I will show you today again amazing design I made for my friend.
I used white tips to extend the nails and covered them with acrylic powder.To be honest I had some complains so far that my acrylics dont stay long time.Therefores why  I decided to ask my friend to be my model.And there we go...I made these lovely acrylic nails which I saw after a week time.They were still on,no damaged at all,no air bubbles,perfect as they were brand new.
Lets see first them at the day they were made

Lets see how they look  after cleaaning the nail polish
For the new design I will show you in a miniute I used my new nail polish MAYBELLINE FOREVER STRONG with calcium+iron+silica
Rose Salsa 490 Hot Salsa (just lovely colour mild)

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Before And After


Hello Ladies,

I would like to show you today a design made with Shellac  .

I created it for Christmas on someones nails who has busy life style,so you can see that definetly stayed 2 weeks.

This is the design when I made it...And now come detailed pictures after two weeks and some days...

I took all these pictures just to show that my Shellac nails really last 2-3 weeks....

Monday, 7 January 2013


My definition of Shellac
S - See
H - How
E - Every
L - Lady
L - Loves
A - Astounding
C - Colour

Shellac the only way to achieve a perfect manicure, mirror like shine and zero, yes zero, dry time !!!! REALLY!!!!!!