Nail Art Medium

  • Acrylic
    • Acrylic nail is made up of a powder (polymer) and liquid (monomer) component. It is commonly used for nail extensions and enhancements. Normal acrylic takes 10–12 seconds to set up. Acrylic is very versatile to work with and due to it’s texture, designs created from acrylic powder is sharp, well-defined and it is excellent for embossing or creating 3D effects. Definitely a hit with the nail art mania!
  • Air Brush
    • Airbrushing is gaining popularity as a form of nail art. Soft gradation and layering of colors effects and images can be created by spraying water soluble paints onto the nails with the help of stencils and masking tape.
  • Gel
    • Gel nail is created from gel-like component (oligomer). It requires to go under UV light to set, normally in 1–3 minutes depending on the gel system used. Gel is becoming a popular alternative to acrylics for nail enhancement. It is easy to learn but difficult to master. Gel is great for overlays and creating enhancement with marbilized effects.
  • Hand Painted
    • Hand painting on nails is an art that anyone can learn. You learn to mix colours, draw and master techniques with your brush strokes and create simple floral designs, cartoons to complicated human portrait. Practice makes perfect!
  • Fantasy
    • Want to go one step further from the conventional nail art? Unleash your creativity with fantasy art creating 3D effects, mixed media art with acrylics, paints, polishes, gels, embellishments, airbrush, decals, stones, dry flowers, beads, etc. Nothing is impossible in this segment.