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Interviews

anja sterk, lieve91, nail artist, slovenia

You spoke, we listened! We’re bringing back the Nail File series featuring leading nail artists from around the globe. So many of you asked for the return of the Nail File series and I’ve already lined up some exciting interviews for the coming weeks. What better way to re-start the series than with Anja Sterk of @Lieve91. Anja READ MORE

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Anastasia Solomatina, Let's Nail Moscow

As I’m rushing through the centre of Moscow to meet Anastasia, the genius behind the Let’s Nail Moscow nail art studio, I don’t know what to expect. I finally find her studio, open the door I enter another world. A quirky world with splashes of colour where your nail fantasy can become reality and Anastasia’s READ MORE

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Ali Magliveras essie australia nail director

With 20 years of experience, Ali Magliveras is one of the most respected professionals in the Australian beauty industry. I met Ali first time at MBFWA in 2014. Like some kind of nail fairy, she was quickly painting nails here and there, answering questions, posing for photos, always impeccably professional and always smiling in the READ MORE

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Nail art has a unifying power that transcends boarders and cultures. Today I’m honoured to present our interview with one of the top nail artists from the Middle East – Danah Alfares. In 2012 Danah started posting photos of her nail art on Instagram and quickly gained a significant following. Now, she’s a freelance nail READ MORE

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Mei Kawajiri aka Nails By Mei ciaomanhattan2012

With pop art illustrations, miniature geometric prints, detailed portraits and 3D sculptures, nail designs created by Mei Kawajiri really justify the term ‘nail art’. In fact ‘nail fine art’ would be more appropriate to describe these hand painted, photo-realistic images painted without stencils or stickers. In 2012 Mei left her Tokyo salon to pursue her dreams in New READ MORE

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