pretty nails

June 6, 2007 6:59am CST
my friend studies beauty at the local tafe, so today went in as a client and she did Acrylic nails. they are so awesome, i love them i have never had these before. do you like these?
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5 responses
@MsTickle (24994)
• Australia
9 Jun 07
I love acrylic nails, unfortunately they are high maitenance and if you remove them after a while your nails are very damaged. I used to have mine doen when I was working parttime and then the technician left to go work elsewhere. The new lady was hopeless, she didn't do repairs properly, ditto fills. She also charged more than the previous lady who gave a discount to anyone working in the shopping centre. I tried doing my own but failed miserably.
• Australia
10 Jun 07
i think i will let mine come off as well, they look lovely and all but i work with children and its just to difficult. they will look yuck for awhile.
@Calais (10900)
• Australia
6 Jun 07
I had those nails many many years ago. I found that I couldnt do anything with them on. I had to end up ripping them off. I have short nails and find it much w=easier to do things.
• Australia
7 Jun 07
yeah im getting a bit like that now lol e.g. trying to use my mobile phone
@KrauseHome (35507)
• United States
7 Dec 12
Now there is so much you can do in creating nail designs and making them stand out. I have seen so many interesting styles and designs. I think it is cool to see just what someone has done, and sometimes wished this is something that I could do. It is an interesting form of art, and worth looking at even if it is expensive.
@cream97 (29166)
• United States
31 Aug 10
Hi, meljessxena. I have never worn acrylic nails before. I will just let my own nails grow out natural. I would love to get my nails done though. My sister loves wearing hers like this though.
• United States
13 Jun 07
No i don't prefer to place these on my hands. I like to keep my nails free of polish and tips. It is easier to keep them clean and neat. I don't like cooking food with them on as it can transfer bacteria.