Nail Art Gallery Magazine

JUL 2015

Nail Art Gallery Magazine is a new digital-only bi-monthly publication for anyone who loves nail art.

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40 neon Ruthy Carter, Giddy Up Nails, Tofield, Alberta, Canada After doing nails in her home, Ruthy Carter started renting a room in a salon a year and a half ago. Friends afectionately refer to her as the Glitter Queen, as she cites glitter as one of the nail art supplies she absolutely could not live without. Carter only just started working with neons, but summer nails in general are her favorite to work on. From bridal to fowers and butterfies, Carter loves drawing inspiration from sundresses and bikinis. "My advice for working with neons would be to have fun and don't be scared to experiment," says Carter. She has done everything in the palette from a classic French to more elaborate detailed designs. "I think neons make a great base for doing nail art on. They can create a stunning efect as one solid color, or you can take them to the next level by mixing them together or adding nail art of your choice," she says. Whether you add a little or a lot of neon, you're sure to end up with a bold, stunning look or a dramatic pop of color, which is why artists like Carter gravitate to the summer-friendly palette. Carter ARtist sPotLigHt

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