Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Japanese Style Nail Art (o^-^o)v


Hi~!!
Great to see you~!!

Today, I did Japanese Kimono style nail art 

I used an airbrush for this design!
It's been a while since I last used an airbrush,
but I enjoyed it so much!
Although airbrushing is not a common technique,
there is nothing difficult about it 
For example, 
I made this design on both hands in less than 15 mins!

I hope someone can come up with a way
to make airbrushing available to more people.

Anyway!
Thank you very much for visiting!!

(^3^)/xxox




15 comments:

shiny said...

Oh wow! This is so beatiful! I been wanting to try airbrushing too, but it's kind of out of option... Do you own your own airbrush equipment? Where did you got them? :)

Belegwen said...

OMG! I just love this design! :)

Katt said...

I really enjoy reading your blog. You allways come up with some AMAZING nail designs. Please keep them coming.

안젤린 said...

wow!!..i love the design..beautiful for sure..

Satu said...

Very cute nails!! ♥ Your nails are always so great :) I've been reading your blog a long time but this is first time I comment :"D
I wanna airbrush equipment too but I don't know where I can buy them. So where did you buy your equipment? :)
By the way, where are you from?
Well anyway, I love your nail designs! ^^

Iris said...

Wow! You are super talented, your nails are so beautiful! I really like colour combo and cute details. Good work sweetie♥!

MissAdelinne said...

This is such a beautiful nail art!

fairy_ana said...

Love it!! Fantastic design!

nail crazy said...

love it, this really looks like a work of art :-D

Lady Butterfly said...

Wow! Love it!!!!

Freshie said...

The swirls are so gorgeous!!

Anastacia said...

This is soooo amazing! very creative and looks so fantastic!

Anastacia said...

Hope everything is Ok! Miss U!

Cel said...

That is so pretty and creative <3

Kayono said...

Very beautiful design! I'd love to try airbrushing, but as some of the other already wrote, I don't really know where to get the equipment. Maybe you can write a post about this technique in general? I would be highly interested!