Tuesday, August 11, 2009

TONE ON TONE ARGYLE

I did a quick little koni last night. I wanted to see what green on green would look like with the argyle pattern. I used Billie - Green for the base and konad sp in green for the stamp. I really liked how it turned out, but I think a lighter green color for the base would have worked better. This looked great in the flash pictures, but it wasn't nearly as noticeable in real life. I'm wondering if maybe Sinful - Irish Green would work as a better base color....


(btw, with two little yellow rhinestones stuck on each nail, I think I could have pulled off making them look like snakes!)






This one is a little blurry, but it was the only one I took with both bottles!


7 comments:

Penny Lane said...

This is really cool, but it would be helpful if you did a "how to", and even better if you linked to where we can buy the stamps. Lovely nails, though. I like this.

Brooke said...

PENNY LANE - I'm sorry! I just assume that everyone knows about konad! lol

I have a konad tutorial I have done, and on the right hand side of the page is a link to OC NAIL ART where I get all of my konad supplies from. There is also a coupon code to get a discount on your order :)

Deez Nailz ~ where the CANADIAN Bloggers at ? said...

This looks awesome, It is very snake like.......

gildedangel said...

Is it bad that these nails remind me of a sweater that I owned when I was 5? I think that this is really cute!

Kae said...

I like it a lot! Subtle but it makes you stare! I dont have this plate but I always want to do an argyle pattern, wonder how long it would take to do by hand?

mookiej said...

I love it! So subtle and the color is awesome

Lucy said...

That is very pretty. I love the argyle pattern. Snakes On a Plane manicure would be nice!

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