The other day I felt the urge to change up my polish. This wasn't much of a surprise to me, as I want to change my polish every other day or so. The issue arose when I couldn't decide which polish I wanted to use. Fortunately for me, one of the polishes I wanted to use was China Glaze Harmony, which is known to be very good for Konad stamping. Hurray!
This manicure (or Konadicure, if you prefer) was achieved by using a base of Seche Rebuild, two coats of China Glaze VIII, stamping with Harmony (which seriously smells like whiteboard pens), and then a coat of Seche Vite to seal it all in. The design I used can be found on the Konad m60 plate. I wasn't too wild about this design when I first got the plate, I'd mostly just gotten it for the plaid and argyle designs, but this one has really grown on me over the weeks that I've had it.
Seriously, isn't it pretty? I'm still sort of getting the hang of doing Konad stamping, but I think I'm starting to get pretty decent. I'm pretty good at getting everything onto the stamper, it's just managing to get the designs onto my nails straight that I have problems with. Fortunately this particular design has enough wiggly lines and whatnot in it that it doesn't really matter if it's perfectly straight. As long as it isn't sideways nobody will notice. And even then I'm sure people wouldn't care.
Maybe I'll do a Konad tutorial one of these days? Who knows.