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Whats up pussycat?   Give me something cool to look at!   I'm a artistic McGyver. I put the spank on fashion graphics and art. All the nails on this site are my original works, click on my Archive tab to see all my previous posts, thanks for the re blogs, likes, and follows i appreciate the admiration! spread the love (^_^)v. If you want to see something done message me! If you have any questions message me too! For my life blog check out www.suemomo.tumblr.com...

Anonymous asked: Are you still looking for a hand model?


Answer:

so the site has been pretty stale. But yes i am… but not for the anon types.

— 2 years ago
Anonymous asked: hey sue its me kristian my sister would like to get her nails done she will come to you what are your prices??


Answer:

Have her Text me!

$15 for acrylic
$5 Simple design
$10 For detailed design

— 3 years ago
Anonymous asked: hey sue its me kristian i would love to be your hand model:)


Answer:

Hey Krisitan Gummy! <3 that would be great. I just need more acetone. My supplys have been low and I’ve been busy with school.

— 3 years ago
My bombai Girls Nails
the name of my gogo team!

My bombai Girls Nails

the name of my gogo team!

— 3 years ago with 5 notes
#bombai girls  #suemomo gogo  #nail art 
allezangela asked: how does using acrylic paint compare to using real nail polish?
i feel like acrylic would be weird to put directly on nails..


Answer:

they are diffrent mediums but essentially theyre the same. Before I begin any set, I always lay down a base coat. Its really important for proper adhesion and seal. You create a sandwich effect of polish/ acrylic/ top coat. This makes the set weather, shower, chip proof for atleast 5 Days.

The main difference between acrylic and laquer, aside from chemical components is the drying time. Acrylic dries pretty fast so it makes it way easier to paint in multiple layers.

Acrylic also kicks ass because if you understand color theory or basic mixes (red+yellow= orange, blue+yellow=green, blue+ red= Purple), you get a huge range of shades that sometimes dont exsist, or are available but just really expensive.

If you want the finish to be smooth you dont want to lay down too many brush strokes. The less the strokes the smoother the surface.

— 3 years ago with 1 note