Sunday, December 27, 2009

Festive Red&Silver konadicure

It has been a while since I got his polish, but just did not manage to use it, as it is a really bright red with subtle orange inside. I'm having holidays at the moment, so it's quite the right time to try it out. This polish was a part of Ethno couture LE and is named Tuvalu, there are 2 coats in the pictures over 1 coat of Nailtek f.2. For stamping I chose China glaze Millenium and for the tips Essence Nail art tip painter in silver, which is really a great nail art painter as it's colour is so dense it is opaque with only one coat. The pattern I chose reminds me of ornaments and stars on the Christmas tree:) It can be found on fauxnad plate H23.

What do you think of the konadicure? Yay or nay? Do you like it?

Thank you dear readers and commenters, have a nice and polished day:*

The nail art contest I took part is over, and I WON, thanks to you, my lovelies who voted for me, THANK YOU again:* As soon as I get my rewar I'll swatch it and do a post on it.

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  1. Yay for sure :-))) I love the image you used for this mani and it turned out very pretty !

  2. Thanks, Tuli:* At first, I did not know how to use it, but then placed it diagonal and it looks great:)

  3. This is cute! I love how the little patterns seem to have their roots in the silver tips. I never suspected Millenium to look so great next to a red. :)

  4. Thanks, Nathalie, neither did I, as I thought that only gold looks great on red, but millenium really rocks:)

  5. I like it, it is a beautiful and festive mani! You can´t go wrong with that :) And congrats to your win!

  6. Cute mani ^^
    Congrats for your contest, I'm glad you won :)

  7. OMG congratulations!!! I was just thinking about your participation in that contest , I am happy you won ^_^
    The festive red and silver mani is hot!! :)

  8. Thank you, Ladies:* I'm so glad you like it! And thanks for supporting me:*


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