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Get Show Stopping 3D Looks This Season From Hiroko Fujikawa of MARS the Salon!

August 22, 2013

From runways to red carpets, bold and textured nail art designs have been made one of the fashion staples of the season, with the most recent nail trend being the sophisticated 3D accent! Hone in on this trend at MARS the Salon, which specializes in luxurious Japanese nail art. Owner and nail artist, Hiroko Fujikawa, adds her own special touch to 3D designs by incorporating crystals, glitter, studs and hints of lace that leave nails looking fabulous! MARS the Salon translates these show stopping fashion show looks into a fashion statement for your nails! You can get the look by following these tips:

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For this look:

1. Apply base coat.

2. Apply essie black polish on nails of thumb, index, and pinky fingers.  Apply essie gold polish on middle fingers, and essie red polish on ring fingers.

3. Apply Nubar nail art  gold glitter(A134)  on index and pinky to create straight french line.

4. Attach studs on thumb and ring fingers, and gold holograms on middle fingers.

5. Apply matt top coat on index and pinky, and apply regular top coat on the rest of the nails.

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For this look:

1. Apply base coat.

2. Apply essie gold polish on the nails.

3. Attach gold stones on the entire surface of the nails.

4. Apply top coat.

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For this look:

1. Apply base coat.

2. Creating French lines with essie white polish.

3. Using a thin art brush to paint straight lines in horizontal and vertical with  essie black polish.  And then, draw some Nubar nail art gold lines.

4. Attach some gold studs on french lines.

5. Apply top coat.

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