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The Trend Spotter: Nail Art Edition - Discover the Latest and Hottest Nail Designs


Looking for a simple way to boost your mood? A good mani always does the trick. Instead of scrolling through Instagram before your next nail appointment, we took it upon ourselves to do the work for you and gathered up every single save-worthy nail trend to cross our feeds in the past few months.


For a unique nail idea, try different color nails on each hand. Make it even cooler with very of-the-moment shades like lilac and moss green. Try Essie Expressie in Get a Mauve On and Precious Car-Go! for a similar vibe.




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Our Nickelodeon days might be over, but our love for slime lives on. Copy nail artist Betina Goldstein and use two coats of Essie Nail Polish in Blanc and one coat of Stencil Me In to really make the green pop.


The exact origin of nail treatments is unclear since it appears to have originated in different parts of the world around the same time. In ancient Egypt, from 5000 to 3000 BC, women would dye their nails with henna to indicate social status and seductiveness. Women of the lower class wore pastel and neutral shades, while the upper classes wore deep, bright shades. In Babylonia, 3200 BC, men, not women, painted their nails with black and green kohl, an ancient cosmetic. To prepare for war, warriors of Babylon spent hours having their nails prepared, hair curled, and other similar beauty treatments. As in ancient Egypt, nail color indicated one's status, black for noblemen and green for the common man. Around the same time, in 3000 BC, the first nail polish originated in ancient China.[1] It was made from beeswax, egg whites, gelatin, vegetable dyes, and gum arabic. Chinese dipped their nails in this mixture for several hours or left it on to dry. Colors ranged from pink to red, depending on the mix of the ingredients. During the Zhou Dynasty, 600 BC, royalty used this simple nail polish with gold and silver dust on their nails to show their social status.[citation needed]


The Ming dynasty (1368-1644) was known for extremely long nails.[2] Sometimes, these nails were protected by gold- and jewel-encrusted nail guards. Servants performed personal chores for the royals so their nails did not break or become damaged.[3] Empress Dowager Cixi of China, who ruled from 1835 to 1908, was known for her outrageous nails. Many photos show the empress with 6-inch-long gold guards protecting her long nails.[4] A lot of these above did not use nail art as it is widely known today, only stained, dyed, or dusted the fingernails and toenails.[5] The first actual record of nail art was from the short-lived Inca Empire (1438-1533)s one of the largest empires in South America. Incas decorated their nails by painting eagles on them.[6] In 1770, the first fancy gold and silver manicure sets were created. French King Louis XVI, who ruled from 1774 until his deposition in 1792, always had his nails taken care of using these sets.[citation needed]


In the early 1800s, the modern manicure developed with the invention of the orange stick, a thin wooden stick with one pointy end, usually made from orange wood.[7] It was invented in 1830, by Dr. Sitts, a European podiatrist, who adapted a dental tool for manicure purposes. Before this invention, people used acid, a metal rod, and scissors to shape and trim nails. In 1892, Dr. Sitts' niece invented a nail-care line for women of any social class, eventually reaching United States salons.[8] Before then, women had short, almond-shaped nails and often used oils for additional shine or tint. Not long after, in 1907, the first liquid nail polish was invented, although it was colorless. Soon after that, it was available in a variety of different colors.[9] In 1925, the lunar manicure (today known as the half-moon manicure) was seen everywhere. Reds and pinks were used on the nail bed while avoiding the area around the cuticles.[10] Then again in the 1970s, the natural look was back in fashion and preferred by many women, but only for a short time.[11] The French manicure style was created in Paris in 1976 by Jeff Pink, the founder of the Los Angeles-based cosmetic company ORLY.[12] Nail painting came back in vogue in the 1980s and has been extremely popular since then.[11]


The nail-care industry has been expanding ever since the invention of modern nail polish.[13] In 2012, the United States witnessed surging popularity of nail art.[14] in the same year, a short nail-art documentary was released: "NAILgasm". The film explored the growing nail art trend, from women worldwide to high-fashion runways.[15] Mostly women. Still, also men commonly use YouTube, Instagram, and Pinterest to learn how to do the newest and most interesting designs at home.[citation needed] As nail art has evolved, nail artists use acrylic powder to match clients' skin tones when doing specific techniques (Baran, 168).


Nail art is also a way to create its own identity through fashion, using colors and shapes as a disruption of childhood and entering the female teen/adult world, also leaving the influence of their parents to create their selves.[17]The nail is also part of the puzzle of mounting tender identity; the nails for teenagers and adult women represents a piece of the symbol of what is a woman and how the woman should present herself. Though women use nail art to express their womanliness, the different type typfine a woman with particular personality, spersonalitiesg French manicure (delicate) or nails (aggressive).[18]


Nail art's popularity in media started with the printed press with women's magazines. It had an essential rollout as not a mainstream fashion trend before the 2000s. After the internet age and the everyday use of social media,[19] the trend became prominent subculture among women.[20] Social media made it easier to connect to the mass audience, and with this, people started to share their designs as a way of their creativity and use the nail as their blank canvas. YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, and Twitter are the major platforms which provide many new ideas and designs for the subculture.[17] However, according to a study, Pinterest is the most critical platform for recent beauty trends.[citation needed]


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Do-it-yourself (DIY) is a new concept of doing nail art without the aid of experts or professionals. One way to do a DIY design is by using home tools such as toothpicks, earbuds, cellophane tape, etc., or toolsets with dotted tools, brushes, and nail-art pens.


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These designs are suitable for such techniques as reverse and leadlight stamping. In addition, images can be combined with each other to create nail art in the technique of layered stamping!This plate is created with love, and I hope that it will make you happy!


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$9.99USD Sold Out Sold Out 4 Seasons - Autumn 01 Let's FALL IN LOVE with this beautiful plate! For all the girls out there that asked us if we will have an AUTUMN plate... well.... here it is!!!! We introduce to you our first plate for our Seasons Collection!. 4 Seasons - Autumn 01 plate is full of leaves & thanksgiving images. The inspiration of the smell of a cup of hot chocolate and a cinnamon scented candle is here! Let's LEAVE the heat behind and make LEAF ART on your nails! $14.99USD Sold Out Sold Out 4 Seasons - Autumn 02 Make your nails nice and toasty this fall season by jumping into our Autumn 02 plate!. You asked for it and once again you got it!!! We couldn't say no to come up with this beautiful plate!! And this time we decided to add cute and fun Thanksgiving images!!! Falling leaves, pumpkin seeds, turkey foot prints, and all kind of cute images make this plate a great option for decorating your nails during the fall season. $14.99USD Sold Out Sold Out 4 Seasons - Autumn 03


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