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Top Nail Art venues in Brisbane

  1. Arbour Nail Lounge & BarArbour Nail Lounge & Bar

    Arbour Nail Lounge & Bar

    Shop 2, 746 Brunswick Street, New Farm 4005
    Rescue and nourish your hands and feet at Arbour Nail Lounge and Bar. Choose acrylic or gel nails and add designer nail art for that extra special look.
  2. Cheveux By EllyCheveux By Elly

    Cheveux By Elly

    1299 Logan Road, Mount Gravatt 4122
    Get glossy, luscious hair at Cheveux By Elly. Bringing haircuts and colour for the whole family. Or, tame unruly hair with a straightening treatment.

Nail Art in Brisbane

Remember when nail art simply meant choosing a different nail polish? My, how things have changed! Today, our nails are like mini canvasses where you imagination can run wild.

Nail art in Brisbane comes in many forms and may include colour, texture, foils, stickers, and rhinestones. Designs can be painted on or stuck on, and the service is generally priced accordingly.

Specialised Services

There are many nail salons offering this service in Brisbane, with some more specialised than others. Applying stickers and foils is fairly straightforward, but if you want hand-drawn artwork, look for a salon that specifically offers that.

The very latest thing in nail art in Brisbane is the digital nail art machine. This takes your manicure to a whole different level! These amazing machines can actually use scanned images, or pictures from your digital camera. How cool is that?

It's An Art Form

Nail art is being increasingly recognised as an art form, and you'll find plenty of inspiration online. There is even a nail art museum online, where practitioners post their designs and compare notes. That's not really surprising when you see some of the tiny masterpieces on display.

This whole concept could have caught on much earlier. Back in the 1930s, women started experimenting with nail art, and some even commissioned tiny landscapes to be painted on their nails. Not only that, there was even talk of selling nail appliqués, but the idea didn't catch on at the time.

3D Nails

Airbrushing is often used to apply a design to your nails. Depending on the technician, a stencil may be used, or the design may be done freehand. You can even bring in your own designs.

One of the most innovative forms of nail art is 3D nails. These are amazing! They may start with a base colour or design, and then you build up a textured finish by adding tiny flowers, or hearts, or whatever you choose.

Excited to try it for yourself? Then take a look at Bookwell and find your nearest Brisbane nail salon.