A blog around using pinking sheers on everything including your nails! I’m a nail technician of 15 years, who has been using pinking sheers and pinked edges to save my clients money, increase the life of their manicures and pedicures, and increase the amount of time they spend in their salon chair. This is a blog about my love for the pinking shear.
It all started with a pair of pinking shears. Not just any pair, mind you; but the most expensive pair of pinking shears I had ever seen. A pair that looked as if they were made of gold or silver, yet somehow found their way into the hands of a mere mortal like me. They trimmed like butter and cut through even the toughest material with ease. My hands were so tired from hours of work and my back was beginning to ache from standing so long…but these amazing scissors changed everything for me!
Pinky promise? Why not? It’s cute, it’s playful, it’s sweet! Pinky promise isn’t just for kids anymore. I’ll pinky promise you that this blog will be full of fun nail art ideas and tips for your next salon visit or at home manicure or pedicure session….
You may be thinking, what are pinking sheers and how can they help my business? Well, let me tell you about it. I run a cleaning business, and as most people know, cleaning can be quite the chore. But with a little ingenuity and creativity, it can also be quite fun.
Pinking sheers are not just for sewing anymore! They are used to cut fabric in such a way that it helps the edges not fray. This is especially helpful when you’re working with delicate materials like lace or silk. However, they can also be used to create unique patterns on paper and even fabric paint!
Pinky promises are a great way to show someone you care or to make someone feel special. You can use them as a gift or even as a reminder of something special you did together. The possibilities really are endless when using these cute little nail art pieces! It’s no wonder why so many people love them!
If you’re looking for some pinky promise nail art ideas then look no further than Pinterest because there are tons of great ones out there! Check out this post from Frugal Coupon Living where she uses pinking shears with her daughters’ nails: https://www.frugalcouponliving.com
Who doesn’t love pink nail art? And when you have pinking sheers, the possibilities are endless. These tools will not only help you with your nails but they can also be used for many other things. So take a look at some of the ways in which pinking sheers can work wonders for your business:
* You can use them to cut out paper shapes and then attach them to your nails. This is a great way to create a unique design or even to create your own nail art designs. If you’re looking for something that is different than what you see on your nails, why not try using pinking sheers?
* Another great use for these tools is to create stencils for decorating cakes and other baked goods. They are perfect for making shapes out of fondant or ganache and then putting them on top of the cake so that it looks like it was made by hand.
* These tools also work well with stenciling fabric. If you want to make an item that has a lot of detail in it, such as a quilt or a blanket, then using a stencil with pinking sheers is the perfect way to get this effect without having to spend hours on it.
* It’s easy
In the world of fashion, one of the most popular trends is to have a “pinky promise” with your friends. A pinky promise is when two people cross their pinky fingers and make a vow about something. This can be as simple as a promise to do something with them or it can be as serious as a friendship vow.
This trend has been around for years but it seems to be getting more popular every year. Many people are now using this trend on their nails too. Now you don’t really have to use pinking sheers on your nails, because they can look just as good without them. However, pinking sheers will add a fun and unique look to your nails that you won’t find anywhere else!
You may be wondering how to actually go about making your own pinky promise with someone else. There are many different ways that you can go about this, but there are only two main methods that I know about. The first is by purchasing a set of pinking sheers and then designing your own nail designs on top of them. This method is very easy and quick, however it does require some practice in order to get the hang of it. It will also take quite some time before you
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Pinky promises are made to be broken, right? Not when it comes to your nails! The newest trend in nail art is the pinky promise manicure. It’s a fun way to accent your simple manicure or even your over-the-top nail design. It’s a perfect way to add some spice to your nails and it’s easy enough for anyone to do.
The pinky promise is a design that has been going around on the internet for quite awhile now. It was originally made popular by a website called Nailbees which is an online database for nail art designs and tutorials. In fact, Nailbees is where I found the inspiration for this post!
If you don’t know how to paint your nails or if you’re just looking for some new colors and designs then you need to check out nailbees.com! It has tons of great ideas and tutorials including everything from french tips with glitter accents to ombre nails and every other type of cool style you can think of.
My first business was a nail salon. It was very successful in my suburban community. As I was working with a lot of women and adolescents, I used pinking sheers on the nails to make them more interesting and fun. The pink color gave the nails an extra sparkle.
It was during that time that I learned a valuable lesson about being a business person. Pinking sheers not only makes things look better, they also cut down on costs. This is because they are more efficient at cutting through material than regular scissors, which means less waste and less time spent cutting. This translates into higher profits for the business owner.
The lesson I learned from my experience in my first business is one that will benefit you for life: you can use your skills to make your life easier and cut down on expenses. In my case, it has helped me get more out of my investments in the stock market and real estate, as well as reduce costs in other areas of my life such as commuting to work or buying clothes for myself or my children.
Spring is upon us, and that means it’s time to transition out of our neutral nail polish shades and into something bright and happy! I have a confession to make though. I have been wearing the same polish since New Years Eve. It was a sparkly plum, but I changed it up last week because my nails were getting dangerously close to the stumps.
I chose Essie – Pink Parka. Sounds so pretty right? It’s not. It is a very pastel pink that looks more like white with a tinge of pink and then one coat of clear glitter on top. So pretty, right!?
My husband also has a confession to make. He hates my nails. He doesn’t hate them because they are ugly, or because he thinks I should get another job, or even because they don’t match my outfit (although he is guilty of that). He hates them because he can’t tell what color they are from far away. (He works in an office with several other women who all have beautiful nails, so I guess it’s easy for him to compare.)
I am not taking this as an insult; I am taking this as constructive criticism. So today we are going to go over how you can use your pinking sheers to