Saturday, July 27, 2013


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Friday, July 6, 2012

Pink pink pink!!

Hot chillies and tutti fruity shellac. Do two coats of the hot chillies and then one coat of tutti fruity. Cure between each coat.

Great color for a wedding, party or just everyday

The Red, White and Blue

Happy Fourth of July!




To make this design follow these simple tips:
What you will need:

White base coat
Konad red special polish
Konad blue special polish
Konad Image Plate M45
Top Coat

Start with a white base coat and do it as many times to get the desired color let dry between coats. After the white has completely dried take the red special polish and place a small amount on one side of the design, and the blue on the other side. Take the scrapper and scrap the excess polish off. The colors might run together its okay it adds personality :) Place design on your nail. Once the polish has had a few minutes to dry take your clear coat making sure to use a generous amount (drop) to make sure the polish color wont smear as you go over it. Let dry and Vuala! You have fun Fourth of July nails that everyone will be commenting on.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Spring Time!

Shellac french tips done in Hot Chillies and the design is Konad Nail Art IP M37

Monday, March 12, 2012

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

This design is very simple.
I polished the tips of my nails in a goldish green color that I liked the best. Next I took Konad IP M22 in black, and finished off the design with white dots.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Simple Silver and White

Silver Base Coat: Konad Image Plate M78 in White; Konad Image Plate M56 Black
Here's how to do it.
1. Apply a thin layer of clear top coat over polished nail and let dry completly.
2. Take the special polish of your choice to the plate,then scrap off the extra polish with the
scraper.
3. Next take the stamper and pick up the design.
4. Apply a layer of clear to the entire nail, making sure not to smudge the design as you go over
it. (Remember: A little clear coat goes a long way.)If you wait to long in
between scrapping off the exrta polish and picking up it up with the stamper the
image will dry and you wont get a good image. I usually take a quick look at the
design before placing it on nail to make sure I have a full image. If not then I
wipe off the stamper and begin the steps again)

Friday, October 28, 2011

Pink Flowers Konad IP M61


Pink tips; Konad IP M61 flower waves in white

Simply Elegance

This is a fun design to do. The design is Konad IP M82 and it is done in black with a silver rhinestone for a touch of bling. This design is great for weddings, prom or even a simple date night with that special someone. Everyone will notice and ask where you got them done.


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Nebraska

This is a very simple design that can be done. The design is done over my backscratchers and the design is Konad IP M17 in red.

Go Huskers!

Base Coat: Shellac "Husker Red" with Konad IP M17 in white & M52 in black

Monday, February 7, 2011

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Friday, January 28, 2011

Here's how to do it.
1. Apply a thin layer of clear top coat over polished nail and let dry completly.
2. Take the special polish of your choice to the plate,then scrap off the extra polish with the scraper.
3. Next take the stamper and pick up the design.
4. Apply a layer of clear to the entire nail, making sure not to smudge the design as you go over it. (Remember: A little clear coat goes a long way.)
If you wait to long in between scrapping off the exrta polish and picking up it up with the stamper the image will dry and you wont get a good image. I usually take a quick look at the design before placing it on nail to make sure I have a full image. If not then I wipe off the stamper and begin the steps again

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Zebra Prints

Here's how to do it.
1. Apply a thin layer of clear top coat and let dry completly.
2. Take the special polish of your choice (I used Pink for the flower part, and White for the butterfly) to the plate, scrap off extra polish with the scraper.
3. Next take the stamper and pick up the design.
4. Apply a layer of clear to the entire nail, making sure not to smudge the design as you go over it. (Remember: A little clear coat goes a long way.)
If you wait to long in between scrapping off the exrta polish and picking up it up with the stamper the image will dry and you wont get a good image. I usually take a quick look at the design before placing it on nail to make sure I have a full image. If not then I wipe off the stamper and begin the steps again

Thursday, January 6, 2011