Pink Pink Makes The Boys Wink


Pink Pink Makes The Boys Wink! This pretty in pink design looks very girly and cute and is easy to create using the right products and techniques. Read on to find out how to create this look yourself at home.

The products I used to create this look is Models Own Nail Varnishes and OPI Base Coat and Top Coat the pictures show below.

pinkThe baby pink colour used on all of the nails is Bow Pink from the Sticky Fingers range and the pink glitter used on the ring fingers is Pink Fizz from the Glitter range.







Always use a good Base Coat and Top Coat before and after applying nail varnish as it protects the nails from unwanted staining

OPIand helps protect your varnish. I use OPI Top Coat and Base coat shown to the left as they always do a great job of protecting my nails.


Steps for creating this look

1. Make sure the nails are clean of any dirt and oils by giving them a wipe over with nail varnish remover.

2. File the nails to get the required shape and length that you want remembering to file in 1 direction only as filing backwards and forwards can cause the nails to flake and go dry.

3. Apply your base coat and wait for this to dry.

4. Apply for first coat of Models Own Bow Pink varnish over all of the nails  and wait for this to dry before applying a second coat.

5. Wait for this to dry before applying Pink Fizz Glitter varnish over the ring fingers only 1 coat of this was needed.

8. Once they have all dried apply the top coat to the nail to protect the varnish.

9. (Optional) Once the top coat has dried I massage my hands with some hand cream to soften my whole hands to give you 820747the feeling of a pamper and to moisturise the hands and nails. (Recommendation)- One of the hand creams I use for this is Sanctuary spa hand cream which has the ingredient Shea Butter in it which is known for being a great moisturising agent. This is a great product for very dry hands.



Note: The Bow Pink nail varnish comes with a pack of stickers for the nails these can be applied to the other nails. I have not applied them to my nails on the picture shown at the top of the page.

Have you created this look ?

What products did you use? We look forward hearing from you please leave your comments below.




Blue and White Sparkle Nails


This gorgeous baby blue with white glittery ring finger design looks beautiful and is great for an all year round look. It is very simple to create with the right products read on to find out how to create this look yourself.

In order to create this look you need the products shown below these products are Models Own Nail Varnishes and OPI Base Coat and Top Coat. However you could use other makes of varnish if you prefer I just use these products as I have tried and tested them and seen great results from using them. You could use other colours other than blue if you prefer and play around with different colour glitter too. 

GlitterThe varnish used to colour all of nails but the ring finger is Blueberry Muffin from the Scented range. The varnish in the middle is Blizzard from the Glitter range and the white varnish is White Light from the HyperGel range. Models Own are great for doing easy but beautiful designs with your nails. They are really easy to apply and last for a long time without chipping. I received a lot of compliments from this design.

When painting your nails always ensure that you use a good Base Coat and Top Coat I use OPI products shown right for this which OPIhelps protect your nails from any staining and protects your varnish from chipping and gives a lovely shiny finish to the nail.

How to create the look

1. Make sure the nails are clean of any dirt and oils by giving them a wipe over with nail varnish remover.

2. File the nails to get the required shape and length that you want remembering to file in 1 direction only as filing backwards and forwards can cause the nails to flake and go dry.

3. Apply your base coat and wait for this to dry.

4. Apply for first coat of Models Own Blueberry Muffin Nail Varnish wait for this to dry before applying a second coat. Remember to leave your ring fingers free from any of varnish for now.

5. Wait for this to dry before applying the varnish to your ring fingers and its easy to knock the nails you have already painted when trying to paint the ring fingers.

6. Apply a coat of White Light HyperGel varnish wait for this to dry before applying a second coat to the nail then wait for this to dry.

7. Once this has dried take Blizzard Glitter varnish and apply this on top of the white varnish on the ring fingers I only had to apply one coat of this as it had a lot of glitter in it.

8. Once they have all dried apply the top coat to the nail to protect the varnish.

9. (Optional) Once the top coat has dried I massage my hands with some hand cream to soften my whole hands to give you the e7b99d5ab77b3452a09071b100063141feeling of a pamper and to moisturise the hands and nails. (Recommendation)- The hand cream I use after painting my nails is Loccitane Fleur Cherie which smells divine and sinks in well whilst providing the moisturisation that your hands need the texture is more like a gel than a cream meaning it does not leave the hands greasy.

Have you tried this look what did you think and what products did you use to achieve it?

We would love to hear your thoughts and comments. 


The Anatomy Of The Natural Nail

Whilst fingernail or toenails grow for your whole life, as you grow older, the speed at which your nails develop slows down significantly. Fingernails also develop more rapidly than toenails at a rate of 3mm a month. For a nail to grow from the root up to the edge, you can expect to wait around Six months. It is critical to know all about finger nail development rates, in order to advise clients on the best, beautiful easy nail art treatments.

Toenail growth is exceptionally slow, at merely 1mm each month, an individual can expect to have to have to wait from a year and a year & one half for the nail to be thoroughly replaced. There are 6 areas that form nail anatomy. A nails 6 places are generally known as the more widespread terms such as the nail cuticle, root and nail bed, together with the nail plate, the perionychium and the hyponychium. Each of these regions have a unique function. If any of these six areas suffer from harm, through either physical harm or an infection, then the nail abnormality will quickly appear. A nail industry technician should be able to supply you with promises of easy nail art solutions should have a solid understanding of nail anatomy.

The nail is an essential structure which is made of keratin and has 2 uses. The nail firstly improves the sensation that is tied together with the tip of a finger, as well as providing a layer of defense. The protective function is understood commonly, yet the sensation function is equally essential. You will find lots of nerve endings in the fingers that allow it to obtain quantities of information about physical objects that they feel. The nail acts as a counter force to offer the fingertips substantially more sensory input when in contact any object.

Nail Anatomy

Next up is the eponychium.

The nail cuticle is definitely the skin which is positioned on the base of the nail plate and fuses both the components with each other. The cuticle grows up onto the nail plate to provide a water-proof barrier. The intention of this defense, is to keep the chance of nail infection marginal.

It is crucial that the cuticle is forced down prior to undertaking any type of nail procedure, including easy nail art, acrylic nails or gel nails. When applying nearly anything to the nail, like uv gel nail polish, nail polish or fake nails, the cuticle causes the application to become uneven. Make sure that when the cuticle is pushed back, it is done so in a controlled and steady fashion. By pushing the cuticle too far, something that is easy to do if you are rough, you will be subjecting your finger nail to infections. Be careful not to remove or push back too much of the cuticle. By pushing away excessive skin also leaves the natural nail in a position susceptible to infection.

A cuticle oild needs to be applied frequently to make certain that fingernails are kept healthy, and to help promote formidable growth.

Let us now take a look at these Two areas of the nail. The Perionchium and hyponychium.

Perionchium is the skin within the nail plate over the sides. The Perionchium will also be called the paronychial board.. The region of the nail where bacterial infections and ingrown nails comes about is the Perionchium. Skin disease between nail techs is known as paronychia. The Hyponychium is the skin which is found along the nail plate and also the finger.

This section of the skin provides the finger a protection to water, protecting against any infections, dust or germs to pass under the nail plate, so as to prevent further infections. The root of the fingernail is also known as the germinal matrix. This part of the nail is in fact underneath the skin behind the fingernail and extends to a number of mm in to the finger.

easy nail artThe root produces the the majority of the volume of the nail and the nail bed.

This part in the nail doesn’t have melanin generating cells, or melanocytes. The germinal matrix can be found at the base of the nail, it’s the white crescent. This is also known as the lunula.

The sterile matrix is what holds the nail bed. The sterile matrix extends from the edge of the lunula and into the hyponychium. The nail bed contains blood vessels, melanocytes and many nerves. The nail runs down along the nail bed, as it grows up from the root, adding materials to the under surface of the organic nail to make it thicker. It’s vital that the nail bed is smooth for nails to grow normally. If the nail is not mainted and kept smooth, then it can easily divide as well as acquire grooves.

There you have a comprehensive guide to the fingernail anatomy. It is something you should to understand in depth when dealing with clients.

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What is Nail Glue, & how is it used in Nail Art?

Nail Glue is what nail technicians used to apply nail tips to the natural nail, or when gluing a fibreglass wrap or silk wrap, along with acrylic nail systems. What exactly is nail glue though, and what is it used for in nail art?

The technical name for nail glue is cyanoacrylate glue. This nail glue can often be referred to as resin, and is made from the chemical cyanoacrylate. This chemical is a fast acting adhesive, and is the most common option when performing easy nail art applications. This glue cures to the nail, and hardens when making contact with moisture. Cyanoacrylate is also the main compound used in what we refer to as the modern day “instant glue”, not just nail art glue.

How does Nail Glue work?

Cyanoacrylate is an acrylic resin, and as already stated, hardens & cures when in contact with moisture. Anything that can bond with this glue has molecules in it that form long chains which hardens swiftly by creating an extremely robust and tough plastic mesh. This makes this type of nail glue perfect for creating easy nail art designs, or applying acrylic nails or nail product to a natural nail.

How is nail glue used?

Nail glue is typically used to apply nail wraps and add strength to natural nails, and also is a good match when working with wraps, as it does not add any thickness to the nail. This also holds the nail wrap firmly in place.

Nail Glue

Left – Good Nail Glue Application. Right – Bad Nail Glue Application.

Nail glue sets fast, with out any kind of residue or sticky layer or surface. This can then be buffed to leave the nail with a shiny finish. After it has set, the nail could also have a nail polish applied to it, or even UV gel nail polish. Nail glue can also be used to apply nail tips to the natural nail, along with an acrylic nail dipping procedure, in conjunction with acrylic nail powder to add further strength and firmness to the nail, allowing it to be easily shaped. In order to remove nail glue, you can follow our how to remove acrylic nails tutorial.

Nail glue has a multitude of uses, and should be an essential nail product in any nail technicians tool kit.

Thank you for reading our nail glue article, make sure to check out our other articles for more easy nail art tutorials and help


Nail Polish Rack – Build Your Own Nail Polish Storage Rack

Nail Polish Rack will come in very handy for storing all of your nail polish colours as your collection of varnishes and polishes grows. Let’s be honest, there is no such thing as too many nail polishes, however there definitely becomes a point where nail polish storage becomes a tad tricky. So what is the best place to store these and why is nail polish storage important?

Think of your nail polish collection as you’re clothes. Would you leave clothes lying around randomly? We dont think so. Chances are you’ll keep them in an organised wardrobe. Well the nail polish rack is our wardrobe here. Efficient nail polish storage allows you to easily organise, and display nail polish colours, whilst making finding them easier. So that is why at Easy nail art, we would highly recommend a nail polish rackToday we’ll explain, step by step, how to build your own Nail Polish Rack. Drop the bottles of nail polish for a moment girls, and pick up your DIY belt :) (or your dad’s or partners!)

Nail Polish Rack DIY

So we’re going to explain how to build a nail polish rack. Stop looking for a cheap nail polish rack, and build your own. The quality will be better (providing your follow our DIY nail polish rack tutorial)

What you’ll need to create your own nail polish rack

  • 1″x2″ wood for the sides of the nail polish rack and for the shelves. This size is perfect for the size of nail polish bottles.
  • Screws
  • Wood Glue
  • Dry Wall Anchords that support upto 75lbs
  • Nail Filler
  • Paint (Optional)
  • Sand Paper – To smooth the wood
  • Tape Measure
  • Hand Saw

A good sized nail polish rack which measure around 30 inches by 25 inches. The number of shelves is up to you. Of course the size of your nail polish rack may need to be bigger if you have more nail polish to store, or smaller if you don’t have have the need for a mass amount of nail polish storage.

Step 1.
Cut your wood to the desired length to be used as a shelf on your nail polish storage rack.

Step 2.
Lay your wood on an even surface & measure this distance. This is done to make sure your shelves will be evenly spaced.

Step 3.
Take these wooden shelf pieces and scren them onto right and left sides of the shelf. Screw all one one side then all of the other, don’t worry about getting each shelf done before moving onto the next one.

Step 4.
Next you will need to glue , followed by screwing the trimmed wooden pieces to the front of the shelves to stop your nail polishes falling over.

Step 5.
Fill in all of the screw holes so that there is no nasty marks left on your nail polish rack. We want this to look as beautiful as the nail art design!

Step 6 (optional)
Apply your chosen colour of paint. This is optional.

Step 7.
Screw any hanging hooks onto the top corners.

Step 8.
Hang your nail polish rack on the wall, and begin storing your nail polish colours.

Easy nail art has hopefully lived up to its nail and provided you with easy nail polish storage solution. We would highly recommend a nail polish rack to store all of your nail varnish bottles on. Thank you for reading, we hope this easy nail art tutorial helps :)


Gel Nail Polish – Everything You Need To Know

Gel Nail Polish is the latest advancement in gel uv nails.For decades, hard uv gel was used by women worldwide to get a long lasting gel manicure. Then soak off gels were introduced to the market, which was strides ahead for application and removal practices. The most recent advancement is something that follows a more mainstream nail product, nail polish.

UV Gel Nail Polish

Let’s start by talking about what exactly UV gel nail polish is. Gel nail polish differs to a regular nail polish, in that it is made of UV gel, and requires to be cured under a gel uv lamp. Gel nail varnish comes in a wide range of colours, just like a regular nail polish, or a regular uv nail gel. Gel Nail Polish is a soak off gel. You may find it called soak off gel nail polish on line, or in retailers. Those who want to do gel nails at home can, however the price to do so comes quite high, as we detail below.

Gel Nail Polish Benefits


Gel nail polish is a very durable nail product, which can last upto 3 weeks without any chipping. This is much longer than a regular soak off uv gel or nail polish. Many ladies will opt to have a gel manicure using gel nail polish prior to going on holiday due to the long lasting, durable nature of the product.

Fast Dry Time

Gel nail polish dries extremely quickly, within minutes under a uv gel lamp. This is greatly beneficial as it prevents dents, smudges or smearing from ruining the gel manicure.

Can be Applied to the Natural Nail

UV gel nail polish can be applied directly onto the natural nail, making a gel manicure an easy nail treatment. Just like a regular nail polish, gel nail varnish can be applied onto the natural nail without the need for extensions or tips. Of course those who are looking to increase the length of their nails can opt to use extensions or gel nail tips.

Can be layered

Whilst gel polish is long lasting, perhaps 3 weeks is too long to stick with just one colour. One of the best features about gel polish, is that it can be painted over with a different colour of regular nail polish. If you get bored of this and want to revert to your gel colour you can. Simply remove the nail polish with acetone to reveal the gel manicure once more.

Gel Nail Polish Negatives

Stuck With 1 Colour

Whilst you can change colour by applying a coat of regular nail polish, in order to change the gel polish colour, you must remove the gel polish completely, before applying another coat or colour. As UV Gel nail polish is a soak off gel, you can remove it using the soak off gel method following our how to remove gel nails guide.


One of the biggest draw backs we here at easy nail art from both clients and nail product customers is the cost. This causes a major entry barrier for many people wanting to try gel nail polish. Nail bar’s and nail salon’s will charge a premium for a gel manicure that uses gel uv nail varnish, as the cost of these gel polishses is high at the retail level. For those wanting to do gel nails at home, it doesn’t come cheap. In order to carry out your own gel manicure and do gel nails at home, you will need gel polish and a gel lamp. Not a cheap set up at all.

Growth Of Nail Shows

Natural nail growth shows when wearing gel polish, and is made more apparent when a dark gel nail polish colour has been used.

Best Nail Polish Brands

Bio Sculpture Gel Nail Polish

Bio sculpture is our gel nail polish brand of choice, due to its excellent quality, fantastic colour selection and fair pricing. If you’d like an alternative then check out our top gel nail polish choices article.

You can get a gel nail polish manicure at most nail bars or salons, and can even do gel nails at home, however set up is pricey. We hope this explanation of what UV gel nail polish is hash helped you. As always, thanks for reading and make sure to subscribe to our blog & newsletter.


How To Remove Gel Nails – Removing hard Gel UV

In this guide we will explain how to remove gel nails that have been applied using hard gel uv. There are 2 types of Gel UV nail application methods. These are hard gel UV and soak off gel. You can read more about the differences between hard gel and soak off gel or learn more about what is soak off gel here at

How To Remove Gel Nails – Hard Gel

First you need to trim your nails. Use a nail clipper to clip off the part of the nail that continues past your finger tip (the free edge).  Trim them as short as you can. If they are too thick to cut with a nail clipper, you can use a course file to file them down.

File down the surface of the nails. Use a coarse-grit file around 180 grit.

File softly and in cross hatches to keep the nail work even. To prevent feeling a burning sensation in one place, keep moving the file to different areas as your file away the gel nail.

When removing gel nails, the filing process might take a while. You need to resist the urge to work unevenly, rough or too quickly to get it off because this can damage the natural nail underneath. If you were wondering how to remove gel nails quickly, you may be disappointed, as in order to remove hard Gel UV nails correctly, time and patience is required.

Remember to wipe any dust away often, so it is noticeable how much more gel there is left to remove before you touch the natural nail.

When you reach the natural nail, and have removed gel uv from the nail, stop filing. We are explaining how to remove gel nails properly, not painfully. So Look for signs that you are close to the natural nail. This will include:

  • A big decrease in dust that is produced from filing the gel.
  • Seeing some of the natural ridges in your nails.

File the remaining gel with a finer-grit file. We’re getting closer to the end of how to remove gel nails tutorial now.

Work gently and slowly to make sure you don’t file the surface of your natural nail. We know damage is hard to avoid when working with gel nails, but working gently will reduce it. Continue until the gels have been completely filed away.

By this point your nails are going to be dehydrated, brittle and dry. There is also a good chance that your nails will have been scratched from the filing process. Due to this damage you have suffered when removing your uv gel nails, you will need to condition your nails. As part of this how to remove gel nails tutorial, we recommend using a buffer to smooth the surface of your nails.

Moisturise your nails and hands with lotion or cuticle oil.

We are now in the final step of our how to remove gel nails tutorial.Keep them away from harsh substances for a few days (wear rubber gloves to protect them). If your nails are quite weak apply nail strengthener

Wait a week before applying another set of gels.

Now you know how to remove gel nails, its time for you to go ahead and remove yours. This is a fairly simple uv gel nail removal guide, that if followed correctly will provide you with solid results. If you have any questions or comments please get in touch with us. If you’re looking for a range of cheap UV Gels to get started, we recommend the following from Amazon:

how to remove gel nails
11 x Colors UV Gel with Pearl Powder False Nail Art Set

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Nail Art – The Beginners Guide To Easy Nail Art

Easy Nail Art is a wonderful, creative beautiful practice that allows ladies of any age to have beautiful nails. To an outsider of the nail or beauty industry, or someone who is just learning, a common question will always crop up when nail art is mentioned for the first time. This question, of course, is “what is nail art” then following this we will hear “how to do nail art”. The web definition of nail art is: beautification of the nails with patterns, paintings or other decorative motifs.

In a nut shell, that is nail art covered, however in practice nail art is so much more than this. Easy Nail art designs can be designed from hundreds of materials, practices and nail techniques to give you the most beautiful nails. In this article we’ll give an overview of what nail art is, along with pointing you to some resources showing how do to nail art. If you want to start designing beautiful nail art, then we can point you in the right direction.

What Is Nail Art?

Nail art (or nails art, easy nail art etc) is the creative process of using nail art supplies, nail art products and other nail products to create unique, creative and beautiful designs on the natural nail or artificial nails. Different Nail art designs have differing difficulty levels and skill requirements. Some easy nail art designs may take just seconds to create. For example polka dot nail designs, or a nail decal application. There are of course nail art designs that are very complex, and time consuming to design. Professional nail art designs may take hours to create a full set of nails, and could involve acrylic, gel, and intricate techniques to produce beautiful nail designs.

Easy Nail art is most commonly applied to fingernails, however during the summer many ladies will like to design their toe nails to feel comfortable, classy and sexy when wearing open toed shoes such as flip flops, sandals or when bear footed on the beach. If you are wanting to have nail art applied to your nails, you can have this done at your local salon or nail bar. You may want to learn how to do nail art however, and at easy nail art we have a number of easy nail art tutorials showing you exactly what to do through each step of the way.

Different Types Of Easy Nail Art

There 3 “main” types of nail art techniques. These are freehand nail art, nail art stickers and air brushing.

Nail Stickers

Designing easy nail art using nail stickers (sometimes called nail decals) is the easiest nail art application method. Beginners can create beautiful. easy nail art designs in literally seconds, that look complicated and complex. From characters, to flowers, words and abstract patterns, any type of design can be applied to the nail in just seconds to give a professional nail design. We have a page dedicated to nail stickers if you would like to learn more about them, and how you can use them to design easy nail art.


Designing nail art through airbrushing is the least common technique, but is popular among Asian nail bars and salons. The process involves taking a stencil, placing it over the nail and airbrushing to create the design using polish or acrylic nail paint. It is most common on acrylic nails, however can also be applied to gel or natural nails.

Freehand Nail Art

This is considered the most difficult, and most professional style of nail art. Beginners may initially steer clear of freehand due to the complexity and skill required to create designs that can be easily applied via a sticker in easy nail art applications. However anyone wanting to become a nail technician will use freehand nail art as their bread and butter. There are literally millions of different designs you can create with freehand nail art, the only limitation is your imagination. Given enough practice and time honing your skills, you will be able to up your game from just easy nail art and create beautiful nails. There are a number of methods and nail products that can be used throughout freehand nail art. The most common nail products to when designing nail art by hand are nail polish and acrylic paint. Nail polish is the more common of the 2, as its the easiest to work with, and is commercially more popular and available. Acrylic Nail Paint is fantastic as well however.

Read more about acrylic nail paints here.

Freehand designs require nail art tools such as brushes and files, and the nail designs can be enhanced with nail art accessories such as jewels, nail art stamping plates, rhinestones and more.

You can read more about nail art accessories here.

Nail Polish Designs

This is the most commonly used nail product available. Nail polish, also known as nail varnish it a type of lacquer which is used by all of us ladies to add some colour and character to our nails. Applying nail polish is the most simple way to add some life into our nails, whether this is a set of seductive red nails for valentines day, or a set of multicoloured nails for a music festival. Nail varnish has plasticizers, which forms polymer chains and spaces them to make the film flexible when the coat has been applied. We love nail polish at easy nail art, as its the easiest way girls can get started designing nails. You may not have any desires to be a nail technician, or to learn complex nail application techniques, however with nail varnish you can create a beautiful set of vibrant nails. In recent years, companies such as nails inc have have innovated the way we use nail polish by creating textured effects. These special types of lacquer range from fuzzy, feathered nails and glitter nails.

Make sure to take a look at our recommended nail polishes list.

Artificial Nails – Or “Fake Nails”

Fake nails is perhaps the more common name for artificial nails, however the term fake really does nail art no justice. The types of artificial nails you’ll find to buy in high street retailers are made of plastic, applied using glue and depending upon quality could last for a day to perhaps upto 5 days. When speaking about fake nails, this is typically the type of nail treatment most people are referring to.

Artificial Nails are what savvy nail enthusiasts will say when they are getting their nails done. There are 2 main approaches used in artificial nail treatment. These are nail forms and nail tips.

Nail forms are placed over the nail. This forms the shape and length for the artificial nail. Acrylic is then applied over this, and nail form is removed.

Nail Tips are made of plastic, similar to the “fake nails” you can buy in the high street or from supermarkets. These tips are then applied with glue at the natural nail’s end. When this has been applied, liquid acrylic will be placed over the nail to finish the application.

Acrylic nails and gel nails are the most common types of artificial nail application. You can read more about these here:

What Are Acrylic Nails
What Are Gel Nails

Nail art, whilst common amongst females, is also used by some men. Artificial nails and nails art is popular among transvestites and drag queens to enhance a feminine look. However it is becoming increasingly more popular among guitar players. When guitarists play without the use of a pick, it is important that nails are in perfect condition to play. For this reason, many guitar players look to apply acrylic nails.


How To Do Easy Nail Art

Hopefully we’ve cleared up some of your questions about what nail art is, and how easy nail art can be. Next of course you’ll be wondering how to do nail art. Our easy nail art tutorials have numerous guides and nail tutorial that will help you design beautiful nail art, along with learn some of the basic principles of acrylic and gel nails.

Please check out our easy nail art tutorial page to start learning how to do nails from home today.

You can also check our our nail art video tutorials.

 Lastly, if you’re just looking for some design inspiration or motivation, head over to our nail art designs gallery and take a look at our photos.

I hope that you now have a better understanding of what nail art is, and hopefully you’re inspired to start learning. Please share your designs and journeys with us, and I look forward to hearing from you all. Don’t forget to subscribe to our site & newsletter to receive expert tips and to be notified of our latest articles. Thanks for reading :)


Welcome To Easy Nail Art!

Hi everyone, please let me welcome you to Easy Nail Art. My name is Con, and I have just recently launched Easy Nail Art as a way to help those of you who want to learn how to do easy nail art, nail art from home, acrylic nails, gel nails and anything else nail related. Whether you’re a nail tech student studying in college, undergoing a professional nail technician course, or just want to do nails at home and find some easy nail art examples then there should be something here for you. I hope this site offers a few things to you all

  • Information and guidance
  • Inspiration
  • Fun

You may know exactly what you’re doing in regards to the practices, techniques and application of various nail art or acrylic nail styles, so I hope you can be inspired by some of the fantastic nail art designs and beautiful nails we have available on the site. If you’re a beginner then you will benefit from reading our nail tutorials so you can start creating some beautiful nails and creative nail art. Most of all however, beauty and nails should be fun! Work hard, but play harder whether you’re in the salon or at home.

If you have any questions then please get in touch, and make sure you subscribe to the site and to sign up to our newsletter for exclusive tips, our latest posts and access to our video guides and nail art galleries.

Thank you for reading everyone, I look forward to hearing from you all soon :)