Japanese nail art.
Just the thought of it brings up visions of a giant plastic hello kitty dangling from fingertips, nails encrusted with everything shiny, shimmery, gaudy and kitschy.
So what I want to know is - do YOU like it? Is it just the soft pastel colours that put you off? The vision of nails so encrusted with... stuff, that it becomes a nightmare to think about going to the toilet?
Or do you love it?
Would you learn how to make giant acrylic frangipanis? Or do you already have the knack of sculpting a delicate rose under your belt?
Some pictures to get you thinking.
I want to know!
Gaudy or gorgeous?
Kitschy or kawaii?
Heavenly or hell-on-earth?
Me? I'm going to do what I always do. Pick away the elements of the cute and the spooky and make it mine. But maybe not so much.... stuff.
What are your thoughts ladies?
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