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Year of the Snake Nail Art Winner Revealed

by Kimberly Pham | February 11, 2013



Congratulations to Truc Nguyen for winning our Year of the Snake nail art mural contest! Nguyen is a nail artist at Bellagio Salon in Lebanon, Tenn. and creates exquisite and detailed hand-painted nail art from superhero- to tattoo-themed art and everything in between. Nguyen was also the runner up of NAILS Magazine’s annual nail art mural contest, which comes out in the March issue of NAILS.

Thank you to everyone who submitted their lively nail art mural designs in celebration of Tết and the Year of the Snake, we love them all!



Check out the rest of the amazing snake art designs in our online photo gallery.

— Kim

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Vẽ Hoa Hồng Màu Nước

by Staff

CND education ambassador Beatrice Van shows how to create a watercolor rose nail art design using CND Brisa Gel and CND Additives at the "I Heart CND" event held May 6th at Whale Spa in Garden Grove, Calif.

VietSALON: Rooster Nails (in Vietnamese)

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VietSALON: Rooster Nails (in Vietnamese)

by Anh Tran

Mẫu móng 4-D mừng Xuân Ðinh Dậu của nghệ sĩ móng David Hoàng thật tỉ mỉ với nét hoài cổ khi dùng kỹ thuật sơn mờ làm nền. (Editor's Note: This story is about how we created our January/February 2017 cover for VietSALON Magazine.)

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Enter the Dragon

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Enter the Dragon

by Kimberly Pham

Nail artist Robert Nguyen lends his 3-D nail artistry to this month’s Lunar New Year-themed cover to help us welcome the Year of the Dragon.

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Dragon Nail Art: The Results

by Kimberly Pham

Thank you to everyone who participated in our dragon nail art contest! We had some amazing nail art submissions by five very talented nail artists.As mentioned in our last post, the winner of the 2012 Year

Around Asia in Many Manicures

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Around Asia in Many Manicures

by Jayna Rust

In this travel journal, former NAILS associate editor Jayna Rust goes to Asia. From China to South Korea, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia, she finds nail services everywhere (and happily tries them all out in order to report back to you).

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