Two wordsNail Art
A Question I like to askWhat makes you smile?
A person who inspires me dailyAll of my nail artist friends
A place I go to rewindThe beach :-) The beach :-)
An idea I am working onMaking a YouTube nail art channel
The day everything worksIs everyday
My message to the worldDon’t compare yourself to others, you are incredible :-)
Doing it all wrong!I started painting my nails several years ago, and back then I used to paint my nails only in black. After all, that’s what all my favourite celebrities were doing. I remember once I showed that to my mom, and she laughed and told me that I wasn’t supposed to paint my cuticles – I think that’s around the time I started looking up photos of manicures to see how to do it correctly, and I discovered this incredible world that I never even knew existed.
It’s almost like GraffitiI think my favourite part about being a nail artist is how temporary this art is – people always ask me why I do intricate designs on my nails if I’m just going to take them off anyway, but that’s the fun of it. You can express yourself in so many different ways, through so many different emotions, and when you’re done, you can wipe it away and start with a clean slate. It almost reminds me of graffiti, because that’s an amazing sort of temporary artwork. Hey, graffiti nail art sounds like a good idea, doesn’t it? :)
Kelli Dobrin is a die-hard nail art addict from New Jersey, USA. She loves to fascinate about gradient for its natural blend of colours and glitters for being high on glam quotient. Her blog The Nail Polish Challenge vividly portrays her journey towards this new experience.