Nail Art – Follow the colours

 In Beauty, Blog, Nail Art

Our world is colourful. If you have ever taken art classes you will know that when you look closely at any object there is no such thing as a pure single colour, apart from black.

Have a look now. Take the pen you are holding, or the phone that is in your hand, and have a close look. That is why when you read about the camera on your mobile, or the screen on the TV it will mention the number of colours in millions.

When it comes to fashion, and applying fashion to your nail art creations, with Fingernails2Go you can have unlimited colours. The choice is yours and not limited by the range on the shelf. You can take photos of the leaf that is the green that you love, or the exact colour of red on your dress, and replicate it on your nails.

The colours in fashion in 2016 have been calm and peaceful. The world is fast moving and frenetic, and so there is a view that people need to take a moment and reflect.

Pantone released their top ten list for 2016 last year, and included new hues including Rose Quartz, Lilac Gray, Iced Coffee and Peach Echo. They must have a department that spends all their time thinking up names.

If you want to reflect the colours on your nails, it is simple. Download a colour to your phone, and use it to print onto your nails at a Fingernails2Go Kiosk. The HP Printer has been developed to print directly onto your nails, or a set of acrylic nails.

You can print designs, photographs and more on a Fingernails2Go Kiosk, but you can also simply get the nail colour that you need for a special event, to match the rest of your outfit, or the item that you want to highlight, such as your bag or scarf.

Once the summer is over, we are into a new colour palette. Faded and shaded is the word on the street. Colours that merge together rather than have hard edges, and patterns that are less regular, and more free and easy.

Let us know your favourite colour. Take a pic and post it on Instagram with our hashtag #fingernails2go and it will appear on our home page.