How to get your nail art designs right – from designer to client
In a recent interview with MTV News, designer Rebecca O’Connell shared some tips on getting your nail design designs right, from the most basic things like the design process, to the more complex concepts like the look and feel.
“One of the biggest things is actually knowing where to draw the line,” O’Connor said.
“The other thing is that it’s really important to know that the client doesn’t want your designs to look like they’re just a photo shoot.
The client wants to see a work of art.
So, it’s all about making sure that everything is a little bit of a joke, and that the designs are in fact, a bit of an art.”
O’Connell also shared some advice on how to approach your nail designs from her clients, saying that they’re not all about the artwork.
“There’s a lot of clients who want to see their designs in a way that’s a little more subtle and subtle, so they’re trying to get that subtle, cool, playful, playful effect,” she said.
The nail artist also shared a few tips for getting your designs off the ground.
“One of my favourite things to do is to try to think about where your designs should come from,” O,Connell said.
“[You’re] going to have to ask yourself, ‘Is there something in there that will actually be an impact on the client?'”
“I also try to look at what the client wants me to do, to give them a little direction,” she added.
“If I want to do a modern kitchen design, I don’t want to be doing something like a modern cabin design.
I’m not going to be looking at a traditional kitchen, because I know that I can create a much more playful, fun, light, airy feeling.
So that’s something that I think that a lot designers tend to focus on.”
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Follow @brendanawilliams on Instagram, Instagram -brendannawillias,rebeccao,nail,designer,beauty source MTV (UK, UK) title 10 tips for nail design that really work article “Nail art is really important,” O’s advice continued.
“You need to know where you’re going, and know where your design is going to end up.
You have to look really hard to find the right way to go.””
It’s so important to look for that subtle contrast and lightness, and to think of where the client will be looking,” she continued.
If you’re looking to get the best results, she suggested that you start with a concept design, “then go and work on the concept design” and see where it goes.
In addition to these tips for designing a perfect nail design, O’Cannes also gave a few pointers on how the nail art process is a whole lot easier than it looks.””
So, it might look like you’ve been in a bathtub for 20 years and you’ve got a shower and a sink, but you’re still going to look different.”
In addition to these tips for designing a perfect nail design, O’Cannes also gave a few pointers on how the nail art process is a whole lot easier than it looks.
“When I design something for myself, I always try to make it as simple as possible,” she explained.
“I just don’t try to do too much with it.
I try to keep things simple and try to be really clear and simple.
I think you can do things in the studio that you can’t get anywhere else.”
The beauty industry is a booming business, and O’Conn, like many designers, is a big fan of the concept of “art” in general.
“Art is really a part of me,” she says.
“When I’m designing something, I just really like to make something that people will be proud of, and it’ll be a part [of] the branding that I use to help build my brand.”
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