Friday, 10 September 2010

How to pigment fade Konad polishes

Hi everyone!
Have you ever been disappointed in Konad polishes? I've been.
I bought Konad Pastel Green and Psyche Pink special polishes, but surprise!
They were almost invisible on nails. Beautiful colors in the bottle, but faded on nails.
I read somewhere that adding eyeshadow in the fade Konad special polish will help.
So I said, why not to try? I have nothing to loose, anyway.

What I did:

1. I scratched a green eyeshadow using a pencil.

2. After I put the eyeshadow dust on a piece of paper.

3. Put the dust in the bottle.

4. Close the bottle and mix it.

Repeat this steps until you get the color that you want.

What I got:

The same thing I did with the Psyche Pink:
Very little difference with the pink :(


What do you think about this?
Did you try this technique?
I'm curious what will this look like on nails.

Thanks for reading!
Have a nice day!

38 comments:

Lauren E said...

Looks like it worked well for green, I can't see a difference with the pink (although that may be due to image quality). Great idea though

Iulia-Maria said...

Very cool :)
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maRyya said...

Thanks!

Dolce♥Bunny said...

This is so helpful and smart! Thankx for sharing!

Megan Harmeyer said...

Great idea! It really looks like it worked with the green. Maybe pink is just one of those "gonna be light" colors? Next time I have lack of pigment problems, I'm going to try this.

maRyya said...

I'm so glad you found this helpfull

susies1955 said...

COOL.
I did this with my silver konad polish. It's the only one so far that I have found too light. I haven't tried it though since I did it. LOL.
Susie

Melanie said...

I'm your new follower. Really like your blog! Maybe you could check out mine sometime: www.melaniesnailpolish.blogspot.com

Unhas e Cores said...

Hello! I really liked your idea, we can see the diferences before you put the eyeshadow and after!

I´m following you! You are welcome to visit my blog, ok?

Kisses!

http://unhascores.blogspot.com/

Arca do Esmalte said...

Maryya!! Your blog is so perfect!!
Thanks for your visit on my blog and i'm following you!
Follow us too! ;)

Débora

maRyya said...

Thank you.

jaljen said...

How very meticulous of you. Now how will it perform on the nail? Next test.

Pawssies said...

ok you are amazing!

i got the pink too and, yes! its invisible!!!! its a shame cause its such a nice color! now i going to try this!!! thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Emy♥♥ said...

Thats a great idea actually- i am gonna try it soon! :)

maRyya said...

You're wellcome!
Tell me if it worked after you try.

Hands On Colour said...

What a great tip! You can really tell it works with the green one.

I am a Konad virgin and so far only have the special black Konad polish but will remember this tip for later.

Thanks for following my blog. I am now a follower of yours.

Carolina said...

HI! Thank you for following my blog. I'm following yours.

Jornal da Lulu Teen - By Luíza said...

Seu blog é perfeito, adorei tudo aqui.
não entendi direito sobre essa mistura da sombra no esmalte....mas tudo bem!!!
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*~ JuLiAnnE ~* said...

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maRyya said...

^ Of course!

1xellus1 said...

KEWL! I'm learning already! Thanks for inviting me to ck out your blog! I'm feeling @ home already. LOL

maRyya said...

Thanks! It makes me feel great.

temperoespecial said...

Thank you for had visited my wordpress.
Good idea, put some make up on nail polish...

LOUCAS por KONAD said...

I'm your new follower, you are a genius!

Rebeca said...

Maryya!!
Gostei muito do seu blog e já estou seguindo! Siga-me também obrigada!

http://www.artisticcreativenails.blogspot.com/

Leslie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm following you now. I didn't see you listed on my followers... maybe a gfc problem?
:)

Kimberly said...

Aren't you clever?!!! What a cool idea. :) I look forward to seeing these as manicures.

Rosana said...

Thank you for your visit on my blog, I loved your blog pretty much the same, I'm following you too, then turn it on my blog

Gabi Damit said...

Hi MaRyya,
thanks for your visit, I really enjoyed!
I'm following you too.
I really like this technique and i'll try some day ;)
xoxo.

Tempera said...

Great idea I have a couple Konads that need a boost will try this, thanks.

DriEsmaltes said...

Hi maRyya! I love your blog! Thanks for stopping by on my blog! Also I'm following you. I did a technique similar to that teaches you here:
http://driesmaltes.blogspot.com/2010/08/misturinha-encantada.html
kisses
Dri

Anda Zelenca said...

Foarte ingenios! :D
Am sa incerc si eu metoda asta.

Oje Delisi : ) said...

That's a good idea. I'll try :)

Arie said...

I knew about this for nail acrylic powders, but I forget about the konads, you are so right!, I have to try it!
Thanks!! ;)

Paulina said...

wow! i will try it, i have pastel blue :)

-Diana- said...

Nice test :) I usally when I found a pastel to light mixed it with a darker Konad polish on the imageplate. And with psyche pink I wait longer because somehow part/(a layer) of the polish stays behind on the stamp if you stamp to quickly and makes it lighter then it is.

Carla Allio said...

Wow, I never heard of that! Seems to be an effective technique! Gonna try it if need to ;) thanks for sharing it!

Ioana's Chit-Chat said...

Eu imi ma faceam oje cu tehnica asta! Sa vezi cu pigmenti cum ies!

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