This week I had planning on doing a new Konad stamping design, but I have been watching a lot of nail videos featuring French manicures, so I got envious and did a simple French manicure on my nails:
|Left hand - the nail on my middle finger broke (ouch!)|
I am very happy how it turned out. I think it looks way, way better than my previous Franch manicure. I was tempted to do a lace stamping on them, just as elleandish did here (very similar to my own!), but I finally decided against it - maybe some other time.
These are the tools I used:
Unglax nail hardener as base coatFrench manicure French Ivory (#433) nail polish by Rimmel *
Nail Tip Whitener by Rimmel
Quick Dry Top Gloss by Margaret Astor
* I just realized that the number of the polish on Amazon is different than my own. Maybe the numbers change from country to country catalogues? I don't know...
I used the "rolling motion" technique - moving my finger while keeping the brush steady. It worked very well for me. I could not touch up any mistakes, because the nail tip whitener is quite viscous, and the touch ups were very visible (I had to redo one of my thumbs because of that). Maybe it would be good as a nail polish for stamping? I am not going to find out though, I will keep it for my French tips.
Here is the French manicure tutorial that helped me with the rolling motion technique:
Let's see how next week's design goes!