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Nail piercing

Written by on January 25th, 2011 No Comment

Nail piercing

Nail piercing is another form of nail art which is quite wacky and wild. Ok many people might be thinking pierce your nails are you kidding me. Your parents will think you are a moron and it’s a waste of money etc. but we do pierce our ears don’t we. Nail piercing is a kind of nail art which can make you look downright wild and a rock chick. But it depends on your taste if you want give your personal style statement a wild look go for it. There is not much money into it and nothing to waste actually.

You can do it at your home or get it pierced at some salon. But nail piercing is for the daring ones not for the plain sophisticated ones. As we all know nail is composed of keratin so it’s dead and hard so there is no pain involved in it. You need nail rings which are found in the market at affordable price. There are so many different types of nail rings out there.

All you need to do is get a sewing needle and heat it on a stove after some time when it’s heated enough pierce it through your nail. But before that you need to apply 2 or 3 coats of nail polish on your nails to make them hard.

Your nails should be long and hard for the purpose. Get your nail ring and pass it through the piercing and you are done. Remember you need to have strong nails for this purpose and if you think your nails are going to break then try artificial or acrylic nails.

Do check some guide over the internet or magazines on how to pierce your nails. There are so many nail rings you can find over the internet if you want to buy some. So all the wild hearted gals go and get it done. It will definitely give you a high fashion look you were craving for.


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