Tribune News Service
Jammu, August 13
Jammu’s first nail art studio opened by Shivani Arora is a hit among women in the city.
The 27-year-old completed her nail art designing course successfully from NailsPro Academy, Bangkok, Thailand, in 2013. She has now opened Nail Galaxy at Gandhinagar in Jammu.
“I was always into experimenting, particularly with beauty products. I thought about shaping nails and for that I went to Thailand for a course. Now, I have good clientele at Nail Galaxy,” says Shivani.
An expert in engraving art designs on nails through paint and other material, Shivani is also training some girls under her guidance.
She offers a wide range of nail services, such as extensions, permanent nail art, stamping and gel polishes.
“The concept of nail extension is usually misunderstood as people generally think that these stay for five-six weeks, which is not true. Once the nail extension is done, it require timely refill,” says the artist.
All readers are invited to post comments responsibly. Any messages with foul language or inciting hatred will be deleted. Comments with all capital letters will also be deleted. Readers are encouraged to flag the comments they feel are inappropriate. The views expressed in the Comments section are of the individuals writing the post. The Tribune does not endorse or support the views in these posts in any manner.
CJI-led Bench reserves verdict on review plea of woman who a...
On his 150th birth anniv, family members want govt to step i...
Book stall set up at the venue; two plays staged to mark occ...
Councillors across parties protest against stray catttle men...
Block GT Road on Day 3 of protest; submit memo to SDM
34 two-wheelers, including 13 Bullet motorcycles, recovered
Estimates, with minor changes, will be sent to UT Admn
Were going on bike to celebrate their success in 2nd-yr MBBS...
Two brothers had spent Rs1.35 cr for new building, flooring,...
Offenders to face cancellation of passports & licences