Purple nail art design with sequins. If you want to go simple but have an extra wow to your nails then adding a bit of gradient and sequins will definitely make it stand out from the regular nail art designs.
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1930s — In 1932, the first bottle of Revlon's nailpolish hit shelves in colors never seen before — making fashionable nail options more accessible than ever before, adding some economical style during the Depression. Polish as we know it also came from this era due to a new way of thinking — to stop staining the nail and coat it with hard enamel instead. The revolutionary idea had come from a French makeup artist, Michelle Menard, who was inspired by automobile paint. The new polish was…
"If I'm making soup or boiling pasta, I'll put on two quick coats of nail polish. While they're still wet, I'll hold my nails for three seconds over the steam coming from the simmering food, keeping them about 5 inches above the water. Then I watch the magic happen: My glossy painted nails turn matte-sexy."—Michelle Phan