Sunday, May 22, 2011

For Audrey Konad Nail Art Design

Hey guys, sorry for the lack of posts but still haven't got a new camera yet so I pulled this design from my nail archives! I've already posted some other kotd's featuring this pattern cause I really like it alot, plus at the time I did this I didn't own that many plates, lol. My collection has grown alot since then & hopefully I will be able to share my newer designs once this camera situation gets straightened out. I'm so indecisive, still not sure which camera to get! Ugh. Anyways, have a fantastic week! : )

M64 - China Glaze For Audrey, Konad White Special
*TIP ALERT: Designs like this are pretty simple for the most part because they are full nail patterns but you may find that you have to double stamp because the pattern doesn't always cover your entire nail & that doesn't always go over too well. Other times the pattern may not have transferred entirely to your nail leaving unsightly chunks missing. Well I frequently stamp with white or black special polish so I always keep on hand nail art polishes in both white & black (the polishes with the little striper brushes in them). That way if I miss a spot when stamping I can usually just fill it in with my nail art paint. Like for the design above, when parts of my pattern didn't transfer properly to my nail & I was left with gaps I was able to just take my nail art paint & draw in the lines that were missing & you can't tell the difference! I even took my dotting tool, dipped it in some white nail polish & added dots to the areas of my nail where the dots from the initial pattern didn't transfer over. So if you have trouble getting that perfect stamp & don't feel like doing the whole "remove the pattern from your nail with polish remover & try again" method then I suggest one of these quick fix methods if applicable! : )



Oje Delisi (: said...

so cute!

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shootingstar0218 said...

it looks really pretty :-)