Saturday, December 19, 2009

Festive french starry starry KOTD and a giveaway

This is my second attempt doing french with konad image plate, and it turned out much better than my first one:), I had no problems applying the french line on the finger tips, hurray! Over 1 coat of Nailtek f.2 I painted 1 coat of Oriflame French manicure in Soft pink and 1 coat of Oriflame French manicure in Morning dew, then stamped it with Konad special nail polish in white and image plate m19.  The picture is not that sharp but you can still see the finished french manicure;)

This time of the year simply calls for more festive and glittery manicures, don't you think?;) So I used fauxnad plate D02 and again, I think I cannot go without it, China glaze Millenium. Afterwards I applied 1 coat of China glaze Fairy dust for extra glittery feeling:P. I'm really satisfied with the end result, though the manicure didn't want to be pictured so well, so please enlarge the pictures to see the details, which were more visible in real life than they are in pics. That would be all for to day, hope you like the manicure.

Thank you dear readers and commenters, have a nice and polished weekend:* Merry holidays to you all and hope Santa brings you a lot of new polishes;)











A bit blurred to see the effect of Fairy dust









Shades of U are having great giveaway, the prizes are 2 sets of MAC brushes, how cool is that, check out their blog for more information!




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25 comments:

  1. It is gorgeous ! You did a great job and it turned out perfect ! I really love the konad stars you added, that's beautiful :-) I also feel need to some more festive manicures in this time of the year :-)))

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  2. Tuli and Pinkerginger, thank you both:* looking forward to seeing your festive manicures:)

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  3. verrynice mani! Fairy dust make it grogeous

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  4. Thanks, Lyra, I totally agree, love fairy dust:)

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  5. Fabulous job lovie! I don't think the french tip plate would work quite the same for me but I have some ideas on it's use.

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  6. I agree, I suppose it's more appropriate for medium size nails, but I cannot wait to see what you come up with;)

    Thanks, Andrea:*

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  7. This is gorgeous!! so delicate and unexpected!

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  8. So gorgeous! A classic French with a twist!

    www.niksbeautifuldaze.blogspot.com

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  9. It's very cute!! I love festive manicure, and yours nails are so great!! I wish Santa Claus brings many new polishes for you too!

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  10. I feel really flattered, thank you Camila:* ps. I've already got some new ones;)

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  11. Very pretty mani!,like somebody said simple and gorgeus!.I remember when I did my first french mani with konad ,was all crooked ah ah ah :)

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  12. So you know what I'm talking about, right;) You need some practice to get on with it

    thank you, Arie:*

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  13. I love how elegant and delicate this is!

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  14. Thanks, gildedangel:* it was difficult to capture it

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  15. Love it :)
    I really need this plate because I'm SO bad at doing tips freehand xD!

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  16. It's a good idea, but I think that freehand tips last longer, haven't figured out why yet:)

    Thank you:*

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  17. Very cute, I love it :)
    I need some starry patterns for my Konads :p

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  18. Thank you, Ayuu, stars are really great:)

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