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NTNA S. 6 Challenge 5 Ancient Chinese Nail Art (Kelsey) February 19, 2019 Comments (0) Read This Later. For NTNA Challenge 5, sponsored by EzFlow, contestants were asked to create one of the Seven Wonders of the World or Seven Natural Wonders of the World using EzFlow acrylics on a single hand. Here is Kelsey Waldo’s entry. The Chinese also favored enamel decoration for the nails. Historians suggest that nail art was popularly practiced in India as well as the Americas by some Native American tribes like the Inca. Modern nail art and design has its roots in nineteenth-century Europe. Nail art is a creative way to paint, decorate, enhance, and embellish the nails. It is a type of artwork that can be done on fingernails and toenails, usually after manicures or pedicures.A manicure and a pedicure are beauty treatments that trim, shape, and polish the nail. Often these procedures remove the cuticles and soften the skin around the nails. Nail Care History in Ancient China . In ancient china finger nails also played a great role in defining noble people. People of high status grew long nails to show their status and the color of the nail would reveal the social class. In Chou Dynasty (600 B.C.), Gold and Silver colors were worn by people of highest ranks and status. I saw a documentary on how nail art was first practiced and was inspired to do this roleplay. The tradition of Chinese nail art was so rich in culture and made from all natural ingredients! It was. The ancient Chinese used a mixture of egg whites, gelatin, beeswax, gum Arabic, alum and flower petals for their colour. Trend Continued… Using nail colour to proclaim social status was also adopted in China near the same time as in Ancient Babylon (around 3000 B.C.