Experimenting with 3D Nail Art—An Exercise in Aesthetics
Have you ever noticed a 4-year-old in action?
At one moment, he’s occupied with a tower of blocks. Suddenly, he notices mom putting away something and he’ll want to play with that. Next, he is painting everything other than the canvas mommy got him. Now, he’s back to the tower he started—only it looks nothing like what he began with.
Studying children explore can be a fascinating process. Two things, in particular, stand out. First off, children are full of curiosity (which explains the fascination with adult items like cosmetics) and they enjoy the process of exploring. Second, they are very capable of doing this successfully.
This is the reason why children’s cosmetics and nail paints have gained popularity.
The Creative Process
It is important to understand the science that goes into successful ventures. Making a product requires nothing less than doing research and coming up with the perfect combination. Companies hire professional designers to make products for children to make them safe and perfect for them to exercise their creativity while they play.
For the creative process, there are two parts: the first part is originality—discovering a new idea. The second part is about working out the possibility of success of this idea.
While children are educated about the way things are done, art and creativity have a lot to do with breaking the rules. Whether it is painting with their fingers, playing a game in a different way or coming up with their own, being allowed to make their own rules allows their imagination to flow. This is where we come in. Instead of making art, your children can wear their art!
What we do
To take this creativity to the next level ShuShu kids introduces 3D nail art stickers! These are easy-to-use by children between the ages of 3 and are easily removable!
Learning that is imaginative, artistic and fun can sometimes be a mess. Here are some ways to minimize.
- Provide your children with peel-off nail paints to make cleaning an easier job.
- Use drop clothes and paint aprons
- Provide materials to spark their imagination so they can get the best out of their 3D stickers!
We hope they will have as much fun as we had when making these! To add these to your collection, get in touch with us today!
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