Create your own style
Toenail Designs – Which style is you?
Toenail designs are not at all complicated or difficult to create and when it comes to applying the color to the design it opens up a million options.
All you have to do is follow your own trend and style, it all falls into place as you go.
Have fun with it and let your mood style your design.
Become the classic beauty, the hip and chic or the rebel Queen.
Just take your pick and let your imagination flow with color then sit back and enjoy the
If your mood leans towards being classic, it simply means you are adhering to some pre-loved design classics.
Comparing that style with the celebrities that wore them.
You can be in the level with Audrey Hepburn, Liz Taylor, Marilyn Monroe and Princess Diana.
These women were stylish and elegant. So were their toenail designs.
These classic sirens were always for the simple but sophisticated look.
They did have painted toenails, one color and that was it. Red, plum, pink and beige were the favorite hues.
Toenail art for them was having that
Or visiting the up market salons for that special toenail art and design.
Classic Beauty: French Pedicure
- Organize your pedicure kit first before everything else.
- Clean toes and dry it thoroughly.
- Apply base coat before the toenail color.
- Pick a light shade like baby pink, touch of beige, apricot or colorless – the best choice.
- Do the three-stroke color application on your nail: center, left and right.
- Add platinum on the tip of the nail as your toenail designs.
Hip and Chic
They are the bold ones who are not afraid to show their true colors.
These women are up to date with the latest trends, the new gels or the
In fact, the style starts with them!
Take a look at Kim Kardashian, Lauren Conrad and Mila Kunis.
These women walk out with whatever takes their mood – from couture, designer then going extreme like $1 tank tops and yet, still they look astonishing.
However they always give real attention to their finger and toenails.
They are always clean shining and
It is attention to detail that gives the results.
Polished and gleaming with freshly painted toenails for every occasion.
Casual wear to evening dress, not only is there always room for toenail art, it is a part of the dress and the look.
Hip and Chic: Statement Colors and Bold Designs
- Pick your “you” color. Great suggestions to that: fuchsia pink, gold, kohl, maroon, bloody red, purple or silver.
- Use the three-stroke rule and apply your statement color on toenails.
- Add another layer if one coat is too thin.
- Choose from these hip toenail art accessories: gems, stickers or fimo.
- Stick your chosen toenail designs on top of your
- Wear open toed sandals or shoes only so that the design will not get damaged.
Lady Gaga is the epitome of such style and look.
She always wants to show off her femininity in a forceful way – she is obviously proud to be a woman of power and control.
Some feel the same way and thus, the rebel princess comes into existence.
The selections of toenail art for this type of woman are broad and endless.
Using the stamping method or the acrylic nail service, you can opt for different designs.
The stamping is easier to do by yourself.
The design is pre-set.
There is a little stamping tool set that you have to use to get your desired nail art design.
If you prefer hand-painted (acrylic) painted toenail, then, you need to go to a reputable salon for that.
It may be a bit costly, yes but you can be assured of uniqueness since no two hand-painted designs are ever the same.
You can choose your own colors and your own distinct designs, let your imagination and creativity run free.
If you are the typical rebel princess, well, you can do as you please, ain't that so!.
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Would you like to share your creative designs with others?
Pass it on, my mum always said.
There are so many people who would love to see your new designs, how you made them and the comments you received.
What better feeling can you have than the feeling you get from helping others.
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