In the modern world, nail art bloggers have attempted to bring Acrylic Coffin nails up to date

In the modern world, nail art bloggers have attempted to bring Acrylic Coffin nails up to date. Indian nail art aficionado Setu Rohini who runs the site Nail Art and Beauty has had more than 3.9 million visitors to her site discussing different types of Acrylic Coffin nail art suitable for the Diwali celebrations. Traditionally, in Indian culture, coffin artwork was associated with wealth and royalty.

Only the very richest in Indian society could afford to have colorful coffin artwork etched into their marble floors and banqueting tablecloths. Consequently, modern-day Acrylic Coffin nails exude style and sophistication: they are a throwback to an earlier time of elegance and romance.
MsMee's Acrylic Nails are characterized by the use of bright, acrylic colors and nature-themed, patterns. They’re best applied with a relatively thin brush on an all-white base to help create maximum contrast.

The great thing about Acrylic Coffin nails is that you can create pretty much whatever pattern you like, similar to Acrylic. You can go with traditional, kaleidoscopic designs, or come up with your own if you’re feeling brave.
August 28, 2017