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With nail art being so big these days, it's fun to see people treat nails like little blank canvases. Since I'm such a pattern nut, I'm loving the idea of Museum Nails and this Jungalow collection by Justina Blakeney. It makes it so easy to apply little works of art right on your fingertips without having to go to the nail salon.

Are you guys into nail art? I've been experimenting with gold stripes and neon tips but haven't ventured into full-on illustrations yet!

{Photos by Museum Nails}

26 comments

  1. These are definitely cool, but a lot to plan an outfit around! I try to always have my nails painted, but about 90% of the time, they’re chipped and sad looking. The gels work nicely, but I don’t have time to do them on a very regular basis.

  2. I love these! Their Paint Strokes design is really great too. I have been very pleased with how long they last.

  3. I love pretty polished nails, but whenever I put polish on mine it seems to chip in about three seconds (that may be a slight exaggeration) so I tend not to bother. Plus jewellery making is hard on finger nails, but every now & then I decide to just do it anyway 🙂

  4. Just used these and they chipped/ripped within an hour of application. They looked terrible after just one day of vacationing. I ended up scraping off the remnants on my flight home because my nails looked so shameful. I’d avoid these, regardless of how pretty they are. Not worth the price IMHO.

  5. They look nice but I wouldn’t know. I never received them but of course I paid for them. They told me to take it up with the Post Office that it was basically my responsibility to find why I didn’t receive the product I paid for. THANKS!

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