French manicure sticker sellers are notoriously stingy when it comes to quality, but with the rise of social media, online retailers are increasingly willing to pay a premium for high-quality design ideas.
With the introduction of a new wave of online salesplaces, however, it looks like these high-end, highly-customized manicure designs will have to wait.
French manicurist Paul de Bruijn is offering an additional incentive for customers to sign up for the new marketplace: stickers.
The French manicures sticker sale is the first time that the popular manicure accessory has been available on the French platform, and it’s one that has already caught the attention of some of the most talented online designers in the world.
It’s unclear how many manicure designers are participating, but de Bruij says that the company is offering stickers for up to 50% off their entire price, which is well over $10,000.
In total, the French manicured nail art company is selling more than 1.7 million stickers.
De Bruijn, a former designer and illustrator, said he got into the manicure industry as a teenager in Paris, where he worked for two years on a freelance basis.
He started his own company, L’Artiste des Mains, which specialized in manicure branding, design, and sales.
“I started making designs on the computer, using Photoshop, but it was not until a few years later that I decided to take the plunge and start my own business,” he said.
“I think my passion for the craft of nail art has always been the most important thing to me.
It gave me the opportunity to get to know my customers better, and I’m still passionate about that.”
De Bruij’s manicure business has grown exponentially in the last year, with a number of high-profile clients, including fashion house Chanel, fashion house Giorgio Armani, and the French fashion house LVMH.
He’s even won a number.
He said that although his customers are often skeptical, they are “overwhelmed” by the quality of his products.
“They’re so excited by my work,” he told Ars Technico.
“They love that they can get something from me.
When they open the box, they feel that they’re getting something special, but when they open it, it’s really just a pile of stickers.”
While manicure labels are a relatively new market in the United States, manicure manufacturers have long been a major player in the global nail art market.
As of 2017, there were about 3,000 manicure companies in the U.S., according to market research firm IDC, making up approximately 10% of all global sales. In the U