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#rainbow nails totally crushing it. happy Pride!

the vacation nails #polkadotbikini

pushypushynails:

Subtle ombré is the new regular ombré.

(Source: whitneygibsonnails, via fuckyeahnailart)

hey, so. yeah. I liked the graphic O’s a lot. you can get their EP at madmoonriot.bandcamp and it is great.

nails by Namiko at Marie Nails but she’s moving home to Japan. :(

the base is a dark navy blue; the designs are two layers of calgel: “sweet cashmere” over white so it’s opaque; rose-champagne glitter and stones.

fleuryrosenails:

Ninja nails! @illamasqua varnish in #Ruthless and #Boosh.

whoa @______@

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blurintofocus:

12 Things/Events/People/Etc of 2012 That Make Me Smile: #11 - Nail art

I love doing my nails, I love having ridiculous glitter and art and shapes on my nails at all times. It’s one of the things I won’t cut out of my budget, because it both makes me feel put together as an adult human (because if I don’t have gel on, I break my nails constantly) and it makes me smile.  People’s reactions on the subway are awesome.

Above are my final nails of 2012, black glitter fades with a white holo mermaid nails.  Some of my other favorites of 2012 — Hunger Games (My most viral), gay pride, lightning bolt, gold studs, black lace, colorblock, seahorse, and black and white variation.  Yes, I always have glitter on my nails somewhere.

nail soul sister bfp

quitepolished:

I made a tutorial! I hope this is something that possibly helps people, because I know some people said they wanted to try out my stippling gradient nails.

Okay, so words to go with the pictures:

First you need to paint your nails with which ever color you like. In my original nails I chose a black base, but I like white much better. Then, using a tiny dotting tool (or a needle, possibly a toothpick, I used a #18/0 spotter brush) make a bunch of dots near the tip of your nail, so many that barely any of the base color shows through. You can use nail polish for this, but I chose to use acrylic paint. After that keep working in sections, using less and less dots and making the sections ever so slightly bigger until you reach your cuticle. If you have long nails you could probably stop before the cuticle, or you could just make the sections bigger. I like to do four sections, but you could do more or less depending on how gradual you want the gradient. 

If there’s any confusion please let me know and I’ll try to clarify!

so pretty

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fuckyeahnailart:

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what witchcraft made this magnetic polish work so well mine does nothing

hatsukifurutani:

sitophilus zeamais, princess loves it, lake of amber

nail work & design : hatsuki furutani

古谷葉月の蟲愛ずる姫君 琥珀の湖

Whaaaaaatttttttt

new Calgel. my toenails are bright red, and they’re gel so I’ll have them a while, so I went with something black and white. always wanted to try a tiny floral print. and of course, gotta have some stones for sparkle. love these.

:D

blurintofocus:

bobbyfinger:

OH DANG, RAE JUST CAME BY MY DESK TO SHOW OFF HER HUNGER GAMES NAILS. PLEASE NOTICE HOW THE FLAMES GROW FROM THUMB TO PINKY. BRILLIANT NAILS. NAIL ART. ARTISTIC NAILS.

DID YOU GUYS KNOW BOBBY IS A KILLER NAIL ART PHOTOGRAPHER?

Shiiiiiiiitttttttttt, girl.

gpoy bored at work. my current calgel mani. struck by lightning inspired creys, obvs. and glitter. always glitter.