May 19, 2015
THERE WAS A time—about a year ago—when Brooklyn-based fashion stylist Alison Lewis, 30, would make monthly trips to nail haven Sakura in New York's East Village, asking for a new color, a new shape, a new design. Ms. Lewis hop-scotched from glitter to ombré colors to cat illustrations. The nail art, as it's called, was typically done with gel polish, a cross between acrylic and regular polish that lasts chip-free for up to two weeks but is more difficult to remove than your standard lacquer.
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