Nail Fashion with patches of ocelot and watermelons Itty Bitty
Chelsea Bagan is drawn around the ocelot colored spots on my nails luridly with the precision of a surgeon . '' This is a tracer called brush ,'' she said, referring to the fine brush used to paint it black border around pastel smudges . '' This is probably the number one tool in my toolkit . ''
Bagan , which is one of the greatest artists of Melbourne nail as Trophy Wife . There are only 18 months was nail painting she did something for friends as a hobby, uploading photos on Instagram .
Today she has her own studio in Richmond over a hair salon and nail art has become a full-time job . It was to work with him recently two interns . Inspired by images found trawling the web and traveling abroad - Nail art is a big thing in the U.S., London and Japan , with fans celebrity Zooey Deschanel , Katy Perry and Lady Gaga - Bagan started practicing on yourself until it good enough to provide services is for others. Since Trophy Wife was created in Melbourne , the enthusiasm nail art in a big way . This is a mini fashion - statement without pain, without the exposure to , say, involved a tattoo.
Bagan is known for its fun and frivolous known . In summer, the itty bitty watermelons are very popular.
This is a little different from what is offered to Miss Fox, a CBD beauty salon dedicated to a nail salon . Owner Victoria Fox says applications have recently increased from a little more eccentric '' to'' more demanding , such as metal and beautiful designs . For special occasions , customers can even go to 24K gold leaf and Swarovski crystals.
Clara Huang has his own home studio in Prahran . Its weird and wonderful nail art includes paintings incredibly complex Alice in Wonderland characters and'' Great Gatsby '' Gangsta Nails with gold chain details . Some customers opt for bright and plastic buckles .
Miss Fox is a Nail Art Tuesday as part of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week workshop.
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