Book Review: Nail Art

nailartThe nail art book begins with how to give yourself a perfect manicure.  There is a list of all the tools you will need to recreate the art in the book and a key that tells you what tools you will need and the degree of difficulty. (Easy, Medium, Expert)

The book recommends decorating fake nails since they will be easier to decorate and then put them on your nails!

I really like the musical notes that they have featured as the 2nd design on the book (difficulty: medium) but I can never seem to grow out my nails and can never type if I have fake nails on!  Other designs I thought were cute: pandas and daily news!

There are only 15 designs in the book, but they are a variety of themes and styles so you shouldn’t have a problem finding a few that you’d like to try out!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the book

With this book’s illustrated advice, you can not only give yourself an ideal manicure but also use your fingernails to express your moods and creativity. Discover how to add musical notes, flowers, snowflakes, animal faces, and other dainty designs to your nails.
Each style features a color photo and step-by-step instructions. The designs are graded according to difficulty, from simplest of styles to those requiring expert skills. With these guidelines and a little practice, anyone can learn to create the most sophisticated nail art.

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