Seriously Nails Guest Post
In order to reach out to my fellow lacquerheads in the blogging community I sent out a call to arms (‘request for guest posts’) and in my hour of need Shannon from Seriously nails answered that call.
I am so glad she did; her blog is packed full of tip and advice, polish news, nail art and much more. If your looking for a blog with regular quality posts then look no further. Even more impressive is that Shannon is being generous enough to share NOT ONLY some practical tips and tricks with us all, but ALSO some awesome nailart too! I feel honored to host her post, so without further ado…
Here it is. My first ever guest blog. Thank you for the fun opportunity!
While waiting for my immigration papers to come through so that I could legally work in the states, I started Seriously Nails. The blog site gave me my sanity back. I hated not working and not being creative, so it was born out of desperation and has taken on a whole wonderful life of its own. I seriously love sharing info about nails, the business, new products etc.
OK enough about me!
I am thrilled to be able to do a guest blog post for Anna at LUSH Nails.
“LUSHNAILS- nail lovers unite”
Anna is a nail enthusiast like us. But she is from “across the pond” as they say here in North America. Anna lives in Liverpool, UK.
I did struggle with what to write for her audience. Finally, I decided that since I have recently been doing so much nail art (and having so much fun with it) that I would write about some of the things that I have learned.
Artists who work on any platform or canvas have their own tricks and talents that they like to use when creating their art.
I have found a couple that I thought I could share with all you nail art enthusiasts.
The first one is that there isn’t a huge build up of clear polish to make the art impossible to dry. You can just dot on the matte top coat right where you need it and place your jewel. It dries quickly without any clumpy mess. Plus the matte finish lets you see the art work in a true form.
Here is a example of this technique
A pic with the toppers on tacky matte top coat.
As you can see, using the matte top coat allows you to place the gems where you want and it leaves you without a thick coat of clear or glue so your art shines through.
Shannon from Seriously Nails
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Thanks again Shannon for taking the time to write this guest post xxx