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You'll find discounted sets from customer-loved brands like Modelones, Beetles, and Makartt. If you already have a UV lamp and other gel manicure accessories, some sets come with just nail polish and decor, while others include everything you need to get started. For example, this best-selling Modelones set comes with a UV lamp, seven nail gels, a base and top coat, primer, sequins and stickers, and tools.Learn more
“For casual yet fun powder rooms, Hollywood style vanity mirrors flanked by stunning cabaret-style wall lights and patterned or subway half-wall tiles with a tropical wallpaper up to ceiling can do wonders. If the walls have dark marble and countertops, backlit mirrors which could be circular or of accentuated shapes would go perfectly,” suggests Balvally.Read more
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“This summer we’ll see a lot of neons. It’s trending not just in nails, but in fashion as well. I think people are craving color to stimulate their everyday life, so bright neon shades are trending.”Read more
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Or you could try accents of rose gold. This is one of our personal favourite ways to wear it, as it can really add light to your design. Whether that be abstract shapes, or curved lines, a touch of the pink stuff will really accentuate whatever you put it next to.
The tiles help add colour to the space. Photo credit: Studio Osmosis
Let's be real—butterflies, be it butterfly tattoos, makeup, or nails, can go one of two ways. To keep your nail art looking cool and not childish, try this off-centered look with intricate detailing (you're gonna need one of these super-fine brushes).
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Look so fresh and so clean with a bright, white dip powder manicure. Going for a full white nail makes a bold statement, without the drama of dark shades like black and plum. It’s perfect for summer and looks lovely with lighter colors such as pale denim, buttercream yellow, and lavender. Plus, the hyperpigmentation and acrylic polymers in the powder means it’s less prone to yellowing like gel.
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Infuse a hint of drama into your powder room with fixtures. “Your fixture styling can be minimal, recessed or exposed and decorative depending on the look you’re going for including vintage, modern contemporary or quirky casual. Such as it can have a rich matt-metallic finish in classy styles” says Balvally.
The process is surprisingly less complicated than it looks, but that doesn't make it any less intricate. "The design is created by applying a colored gel base layer and then layering two different nail foils together to create the iridescent oyster shell effect," she explained. Nail foils are a great way to achieve different effects that can't be created by hand painting. Plus, you can use nail foils on regular nail polish, which is a win for at-home experimenting.
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Casimir is survived by his wife, Bonita (Zupon) Zajdel; brother, Alan Zajdel, sons: Jeffrey Zajdel and Philip Zajdel and wife, Sun-Hee; daughter, Michele Walker and husband, Eston; grandson, Cameron Zajdel; and granddaughter, Abigail Walker.
Isabel May — nail artist, YouTuber, and content creator based in East Grinstead — is the brains behind the multidimensional nail art. As it turns out, this opal design was created how most good ideas are: by playing around with different products and not fully knowing what the result was going to be beforehand. "I love texture and was just playing around with different products and layering them together to create different effects," May told POPSUGAR. This was the epic result.