I’m still learning to work with Konad tip patterns. They can be very striking but are hard to maneuver, especially since I have fairly short nails which are also small.
I’ve been wanting a good, medium non-streaky green crème lately. Out came the franken materials! This creamy green was made of half Color Club Wild Child, an electric medium seafoam green, and half China Glaze Bermuda Breakaway, a medium blue crème. It made a nice creamy medium green that was just begging to be Konaded.
I used the polka tip pattern with white Konad polish. The pattern is fairly thick, I probably would have done better with a thinner one, but I guess this size suits more people’s nails. Konad tip patterns are still a work in progress, and I messed up my left hand (no photos of that!) but I hope to get the hang of it soon. I like the design despite its crookedness.
This week, I have some fun stuff coming up, including a MAC Peppermint Patty franken. It’s sold out, but I’ll show you how to make a duplicate and save some bucks at the same time! Also coming up: some new Konad plates, veggie nail art and a few other surprises.
Also, there’s a poll on the sidebar for the next Color Week. In case you missed it, Color Week is a blitz of frankens with a single color theme. Last time it was purple. What color do you want to see more of? Let me know by voting or leaving a comment.