Fantastic Christmas Nail Art Designs That Are Borderline Genius
Holiday nail art tends to include the symbols of particular holidays. For Halloween, these symbols are pumpkins and skulls. For Saint Valentine’s Day, these include cupids, arrows, and hearts. And what about Christmas? The symbols of Christmas involve presents, Christmas trees, deer, Santa, snow, snowflakes, snowmen, candies, Santa’s hats, boots, and gloves. Which attribute of Christmas is your favorite? Pick it for your holiday manicure.
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Christmas nail art seems to be very easy, but you have so many tasks during holidays. To cook delicious dinner, to decorate your house, it is not easy to find time to take care of your manicure. Use special stripes for your nail designs and save much time!
Creative Holiday Nail Art DesignsSource: badgirlnails via Instagram
Holiday nail designs are as fun and bold as summer nail designs. It is the time when you can forget about the classic manicure that you pick for the office and opt for something interesting and even childish.
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For example, a Santa’s hat design is so hot right now. Paint some of your nails in red, and let others be green. Red nails will be without a pattern, and green ones will sport Christmas trees and funny faces with a red hat.
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FAQ: Holiday Nail Art
What is the meaning of nail art?
Nail painting is a fun way to paint, embellish, and enhance your nails. It is a sort of nail art that is applied to the fingernails and toes after they have been manicured or pedicured.
How much does Japanese nail art cost?
A set of gel nails will cost roughly 5000 to 6000 yen, which is 44-54 usd, for first-time guests. The dry care things: filing, shaping the nails and cutting cuticles, are included in this pricing. Customers who return usually spend roughly 8000 yen (around 70 usd) or more.