The nail art craze has grown from the first nail show to the first in-person nail art competition in New York City.
But the nail designs will all be on display during New Year, starting with the new nail show at the New York Public Library, the first museum to host the event.
The public is invited to the next New Year show to “try out” the designs, which are created by the artists at the studio Nails.
The first nail art show at a public library, which will open on New Year and feature live performance by the Nails, will take place January 31 at the Brooklyn Museum.
Nails, a studio founded in 2014, has been working on nail art since 2013, and in January 2017 it debuted its first collection of nail art designs.
The collection is a mix of classic and modern designs, including some of the most recognizable ones: the star-shaped star, a pencil-and-paper motif, the star, the cat, the sun and a flower.
Nail designs can be a unique way to show off a specific design or look.
In fact, the New Year shows will feature live performances of some of Nails’ most popular nail designs.
“We’ve been really excited about doing the show for the past year,” Nails creative director, Jessica Tovar, told CNN.
“It’s such a great opportunity to share these unique designs, and it’s such an incredible opportunity to get to know the artists and get to see the city of New York.”
The Nails show is one of a series of events planned for the New Years Eve in New Jersey.
The event will be at the Rutgers University campus in Rutgers, N.J., and will feature a performance by Nails artists, including Nails founder and creative director Paul O’Connor.
In addition to the museum and New Year displays, Nails is also planning a series that will include a New Year in the Park event in New Orleans.
Nicks is offering the first-ever Nails New Year Sale, where the first 1,000 customers will receive a $50 gift card, and the next 1,500 customers will get a $500 gift card.
The New Year at the Museum, which is the first event of the month, will be Jan. 31 at 9 p.m.
EST, and will also feature live music and performances by Nocks artists.