Not on Every Finger Nail Trend?


jskim07
on Aug 15, 2011 @ 10:26 am

I was on my friend's blog the other day, and noticed that she's doing a lot of nail art that is exclusive only to one finger, and then matching them with simpler designs on her other nails.
Seems like this is a new trend, but I'm not sure about it! Does it look a little unequal to you? Or do you think this is a perfectly subtle way to express intricate designs?

Here are a few examples:




What do you think about one-finger nail designs? 
 


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beachbabe
Not really into nail art to be honest on Aug 15, 2011 @ 10:53 am

I have to admit, I'm not really on board with nail art. Maybe it's just not my thing. I prefer subtlety or just a pop of bright colour. I feel like some nail art is just too much and overwhelms some people. It's ALL I see on them! That said, I'd be much more likely to do this trend than do art on every single nail. I like this idea way more!
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GlamGal
Cute! on Aug 16, 2011 @ 11:30 am

I like what it looks like. I think she did a great job. Probably the reason why it is only on 1 nail is because it takes so long to do the design! LOL
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Makeup Guru Emily
Nice to look at, not for me on Aug 16, 2011 @ 01:34 pm


I think artistically nail art can be supercute. I love that blue one with the rainbows and clouds! I don't think I would do it personally, especially if I'm going to work at the office every single day!
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scratchmyback
Live a little :) on Aug 17, 2011 @ 03:35 pm

I'm a professional nail tech, and sometimes people who are on the fence about nail art will try it out on just one nail, usually it's the ring finger. I don't think there is any right or wrong, if it makes you feel good, that's all that matters :) And yes, it can take a long time, and add up $$$ if you get it on all fingers too.
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