Celebrate the Lunar New Year (or Chinese New Year, or Tết in Vietnamese) on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 with rooster nail art. That’s right, it’s the Year of the Rooster! Here are just a few of the great Lunar New Year designs from nail artists in a few of the many countries that celebrate the Lunar New Year.
Có cơ hội được biết Lefty chỉ mới hơn một năm khi tôi đi dự sự kiện Huấn Nghệ Cố Vấn Việt của hãng A.I.I vào tháng Bảy năm 2015, ấn tượng về anh trong tôi khá rõ nét, là một người có óc khôi hài, thân thiện và rất cởi mở khi chia sẻ về nghề móng.
Eva Sollberger, multimedia producer for Seven Days, a publication in Vermont, visits Allure Salon in South Burlington, Vermont, and talks to salon owner Jen Trần, her daughter Ly, and her sister Hannah, as part of her Stuck In Vermont video series. She also shares a glimpse of how the small, tight-knit Vietnamese community in Vermont spends the Lunar New Year.
Tomson Nguyen and Tracy Tran both have parents who worked in nail salons, but when coming up with the concept for GLO Nail Bar, they realized there were many tweaks and upgrades that could be made to improve the quality of service.
Salon owner Alexis Nguyen balances her passion for the industry and beliefs in a healthy lifestyle throughout all six Massachusetts locations. Clients receive a complete understanding of the body through nail and spa services.
To help VietSALON Magazine celebrate the Year of the Snake, Kupa's Sindy Mark combined real snakeskin with faux snakeskin designs and sculpted a 3-D snake on oval acrylic extensions using Artfinity and Divinity products from Kupa.
To welcome the Lunar New Year in the Year of the Snake, these six nail artists used nail tips as their canvas to create their visions of the Lunar New Year and their artistic interpretations of our friend the snake.