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The talons of fantasy – Nfu-Oh

Enfu-Oh is a Korean nail artist on a mission. Her mission is to make the most remarkable, unusual, exceptional and downright weird nail art the world has ever seen. Or at least that’s what you might conclude after a visit to her site.

nfu-oh front page

Claws filed to pinprick points, exquisitely hand-painted and appliquéd in the most baroque detail. Forget opening a can with these nails – you could stop traffic just by lifting a finger.

There’s small but growing buzz around the web about Enfu’s brand, Nfu-Oh, in particular the multi-faceting sparkling polish she makes. It’s not directly available to us in the UK, though if you were near her Seoul-based salon it would certainly be worth a visit. The polish can be ordered from overseas at the moment, and sometimes filters through onto UK eBay.

nfu bottles

Nfu-Oh’s work is global and spans the whole discipline of nail art, but it’s those kaleidoscopic polishes in their cute corset-shaped bottles that I’ve got my eye on. Some shades are a translucent base colour with fine leaf foil and glitter, some are holographic metallics that mesmerise in bright light.

I’m planning to track a couple of shades down through eBay. You’ll hear more if I do. In the meantime, why not visit the blog of Nfu-Oh’s main distributor in Asia for a bit of inspiration?

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