Tuesday, 22 March 2011

White & green spring manicure

Today I'll show you another Konadicure.
Actually, this one was hard to to because of the curve on the top of the nail.
I firstly applied 2 coats of Flormar M103 white, and then I painted the green curve
using a thin brush with Essie Going Incognito. I stamped under them the design from m36 image plate with Konad special green and I applied some silver rhinestones.
I finished with a top coat.

What do you think?


JustSomeNailsByMJ said...

Looks cute! I like that you did the design at the top of the nail rather than the tip!

Sonia said...

I cannot get my konad plates to work! I don't have the konad polish. Is it absolutely necessary to use theirs ? IS there anything that is similar enough??

Moondancerjen said...

LOVE this design! very cute idea!

Paulina said...

i like it!

maRyya said...

@Sonia: The Konad special polishes work the best for stamping. There are very less other regular polishes that really work with Konad and you have to try a lot to find.

Nicole - Top To Toe said...

Great work, this looks amazing xx

Freshie said...

That design is super feminine, pretty!

Sarahlouise1986 said...

wow!..... cute....i love this so much!


Débora said...

Wow, very original.

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FunnyFaceBeauty said...

This is really cute and spring-y
I need to learn to do things like this.
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Beata said...

I like it. Next time use konads m19 plate for the ruffian look...it's easier.

serena_nuvola said...

great and original idea! i love it!

Niki* said...

very cute for st. patty's day! Oh, and if you get a chance enter my giveaway on my blog! http://polishondigitalpaper.blogspot.com/2011/03/spring-cleaning-giveaway.html

Janet D. said...

This mani is really spectacular! I love it <3

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