Rimmel Black and Konad Psyche Pink
I then gave some character to my nails by adding Konad template 63, which is a full nail design and only work on me if I chop my nails right off, which I had to do. What frustrated me the most about having to cut them down is that I put together furniture all day the day before and didn't even chip my polish let alone break a nail but then when I work up the next morning I had broken the corners off two nails! I have no idea how I managed that, but I did. OK, enough ranting.
The polish over the top is Konad Special Polish in Psyche Pink. The second picture is a clearer indication of how it actually looked on my nails. The pink was not as bright in RL. It's the flash in the first picture that did that.
I've had a few people ask me about how I get the stamping to work every time so that it looks passable. The truth is - I don't. Lol. After I apply the full nail colour I let it dry a bit and then add a quick dry top coat, my favourite is Seche Vite, and let it dry hard-ish. So then when you stamp, if the design doesn't turn out the way you want, get a cotton bud/ q-tip with remover on it, you can get rid of the design without wrecking the polish. Easy as that. Just make sure you let the top coat dry for a while, because when you stamp, if it's not hard enough it wrecks the polish but smooshing it to the side. Learned that the hard way.
That's all from me today. Be awesome to each other.
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