How To Apply Fimo Nail Art

Applying Fimo nail art is easy and a great way to create fun nail art design.  Fimo usually are in a cane/bar shape. For nail art, you need to slice it according to the thickness you want. Slicing fimo can be time-consuming and challenging. Therefore, we offer pre-slice fimo nail art shape for quicker and easier application. You can get them in a bag or in a wheel.

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Fimo Nail Art DesignUsing Fimo Nail Art is a great way to make fun nail art design, especially spring and summer nail design. And it doesn't have to be a complicated design as you can see from the photos. In case you don't know, Fimo is a brand of polymer clay.  It is one of the brands we use, mainly for it’s firmness, baked strength, and ability to hold a shape without distortion when creating Fimo canes.  Polymer clay canes for nail art are often called “Fimo nail art” (source: C.A Therien).

Fimo usually are in a cane/bar shape or pre-slice. For nail art, you need to slice it according to the thickness you want. Slicing fimo can be time-consuming and challenging. Therefore, we offer pre-slice fimo nail art shape for quicker and easier application. You can get them in a bag or in a wheel. Check out our Fimo Nail Art.

How to apply Fimo Nail Art

It's easy to apply Fimo. Just pick one with a small tweezers. Apply while nail polish is still tacky or apply top coat/nail art bonder on the place where you want to put fimo. Repeat if necessary to create the design you want. Finally, apply top coat after nail polish dries.

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Photos from Kaskus Nail Art Lover and Japanese Nail Magazine

 

To create Fimo Nail Art, check out these must-have items:

  1. Small Tweezers - Flat-end, small tweezers are great for picking up tiny nail art beads and gems.
  2. Nail Art Bonder - Cinapro Nail Art Top Coat to bond and seal nail art to the nail.
  3. Nail Rhinestones - Together with fimo for creating fun and sparkling nail designs.