Frequently Asked Questions
Grab a mug. Let’s pretend we’re on a talk show.
How did you start doing nail art?
For many in the nail industry, Sandi from CutePolish lit the way for us. I discovered some of her videos on Disney’s website several years ago, and the rest is history.
Are you a certified nail tech?
Nope, I’m a DIY nail artist. This is something I’d love to pursue one day, though!
Do you have any advice for getting better at doing your nails/nail art by yourself?
I know this sounds so super cliche, but I really mean it: practice, practice, practice. I’ve been doing my own nails since 2015. There was one point in time when I did my nails multiple times per week, sometimes even per day! Nail art is so much fun, and finishing with a masterpiece you can wear? It doesn’t get much better than that. So I want you to practice and keep honing your craft. You can do it! If you have any specific questions, head to the Contact page so we can chat.
Have you always wanted to be an entrepreneur/run your own business?
Mostly, yes! As a kid, I was always trying to come up with my own business. I ran lemonade stands, made websites for fun, even ran my own craft/handmade shop for a few years. The first time I was truly inspired was somewhere in the middle of all that. I remember buying a book for young girls about how to save and make money. It was packed with information, tips on running a business, a way to design your own business cards; I was hooked. I don’t think I’ve stopped being an entrepreneur since then!
I posted a comment on one your blog posts. Where is it?
All comments are manually approved so we can keep this community sunny and free of spam. Check back in a day or so, I always respond. And thanks for leaving a comment! I appreciate it.
How many polishes are in your collection?
Hold on, let me go count.
How did you come up with the name “threesixtynails?”
That took a giant whiteboard and a massive brainstorming session with the fam. I chose this name because I wanted something that encompassed “all things nails” (hence part of my tagline) because so many of the blogs and channels I’d seen were so specific. I wanted to create a space where I could include something for everyone; not just DIY nails, not just nail techs, not just one type of nail topic, but a name that could leave my brand open for expansion and growth.
How long have you been doing nail art?
About five years!