Nail polish for art!
By Kinjal Trivedi
Could you use Nail Polish to paint on different surfaces besides your nails?
It is a sort of tarnish based paint after all.
Other than the ‘nail art’ we have all seen or tried on ourselves, we can paint rough or smooth pebbles, shells, your headphone cord, base or sides of your shoes (what fun!!), spoons, makeover your stationeries at home and make polka dots or swirl designs on it, hold of keys to identify the lock, and the imagination goes on!
Nail polish is not too brittle so this paint can last a very long time on the surface.
Shall I tell you a fun fact?
Christian Louboutin had to submit a shoe design in his early days for approval. The sole of his shoes was not ready so instead of taking extra time to make the sole, he used the vibrant red nail paint to colour the sole of the shoes.
And what do we know!
These ‘red sole’ shoes have become an identity of the luxury brand since then.
Maybe you can take some vibrant and subdued colours to make art on glass surfaces or vases… or simply colour belongings to identify them as your own.
Have fun everybody!
PS: I’m gonna be in so much trouble from all the moms.