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Nail Art from Japan

Feb. 27, 2009 19 Comments Posted under: Nail Art


Look at these cool nails! Nail art in Japan is crazy!! They have taken nail art to a whole different level! They have some of the cutest little appliques that I just can’t seem to find. These are little pieces of art work that you can wear on your nails. click here to view more Nail Art collection.

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  1. Hinzi said:

    Mar. 14, 2009

    Need to know a place on the net where I can buy nail art stuff thats not too expensive maybe from some where in Japan or China ….pls let me know soon. Thanx

  2. Hinzi said:

    Mar. 14, 2009

    Need to know a place on the net where I can buy nail art stuff thats not too expensive maybe from some where in Japan or China ….pls let me know soon. Thanx

  3. matoof said:

    Mar. 20, 2009

    En fait c’est pas très dur à faire, il faut juste avoir du bon matos et être patiente ^^ j’ai réussi à faire quelques trucs pas trop mal avec de la pâte fimo, de la gouache et des paillettes. Comme ça j’ai la classe, et je me ruine pas en salon :-)

  4. matoof said:

    Mar. 20, 2009

    En fait c’est pas très dur à faire, il faut juste avoir du bon matos et être patiente ^^ j’ai réussi à faire quelques trucs pas trop mal avec de la pâte fimo, de la gouache et des paillettes. Comme ça j’ai la classe, et je me ruine pas en salon :-)

  5. matoof said:

    Mar. 20, 2009

    oops sorry the page was automatically translated into french… I said it’s quite easy to make, if you have the right materials and some patience! I can do nice things with poster paint, play-dough and glitters. My nails look good, and i don’t get ruined!

  6. matoof said:

    Mar. 20, 2009

    oops sorry the page was automatically translated into french… I said it’s quite easy to make, if you have the right materials and some patience! I can do nice things with poster paint, play-dough and glitters. My nails look good, and i don’t get ruined!

  7. admin said:

    Mar. 21, 2009

    Hinzi, i don’t know exactly know about the place on net but there is a nail salon in Roppongi Tokyo which provides good services of nail art. you know, there are a lot of nail salon in Tokyo now specially in Ginza and Jiyugaoka.

  8. admin said:

    Mar. 21, 2009

    Hinzi, i don’t know exactly know about the place on net but there is a nail salon in Roppongi Tokyo which provides good services of nail art. you know, there are a lot of nail salon in Tokyo now specially in Ginza and Jiyugaoka.

  9. numbahone said:

    Aug. 25, 2009

    they’re pretty skanky if you ask me. Seirously, picture them actually on a girl. X-p

  10. numbahone said:

    Aug. 24, 2009

    they’re pretty skanky if you ask me. Seirously, picture them actually on a girl. X-p

  11. wenting said:

    Jan. 5, 2010

    is there any online shops or website sell those japan nail decor stuffs at low price with low shipping rate ?

  12. wenting said:

    Jan. 5, 2010

    is there any online shops or website sell those japan nail decor stuffs at low price with low shipping rate ?

  13. diditom said:

    Feb. 21, 2010

    de la guache ??? peinture? expres pour ongle?

  14. diditom said:

    Feb. 21, 2010

    de la guache ??? peinture? expres pour ongle?

  15. Diamond Bridal Gallery said:

    Feb. 23, 2010

    This is amazing! That what I call work of art!!!

  16. Diamond Bridal Gallery said:

    Feb. 23, 2010

    This is amazing! That what I call work of art!!!

  17. debbie said:

    May. 1, 2010

    where can I find the tool that punches a hole in the nail for the jewelry?

  18. Ba Rougui96 said:

    Jul. 20, 2010

    damn diz nails look so pretty is da cutties nails i evr S33N b4

  19. Middy said:

    Dec. 28, 2010

    These are great if you have no direction i life but to walk about like a doll dressed for tea. What a waste of time and resources. And no, I am not meaning to be a roll, but I find this disturbing.

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