05. 07. 2005
In Japan, they take nail art seriously. But as with all services in Japan, a session at the manicure salon doesn't come cheap. A few years ago, a photo-sticker machine manufacturer in Japan came up with an automatic nail art machine called the NailMore, which prints a pattern on a fingernail in less than two minutes. Perfect for those less artistically-inclined, as is Tomy's Printnail (-*4179). As far as I can tell, Printnail works a little like a stamp art kit. It's clearly targeted at adolescent girls, but I can see bigger girls having fun with it as well. For fancier 3D embellishments, there's also Tomy's Kiratnail kit (-*2079).
First seen at JC Shop, where it sells for HK$480.