Thursday, 12 July 2012

Alternate Nails + Konad M83 Stamping Nail Art

Hi,
Hows your week so far? Mine is pretty boring except that I some of the stuff I had shopped earlier has reached me. Haul post coming up soon!! :D
Today's post is quite short. 
So Enjoy the pics!!


Base: Golden-green Polish in Sandy-matt finish

Stamping Plate: Konad M83
Stamping Colour: Konad Pearl Blue and Red

I feel this design has more of an indian touch to it...something that is widely used in Indian textile printing. Quite suitable for marriage/functions with a metallic base as the one I used. 

Ta-Da! Till I see you next! What have you been upto this week?

52 comments:

  1. I love this pattern! It really does make me think of India. :)

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  2. love this. very classy and flashy, totally reminds me of an indian wedding :) nice job!

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    1. haha! u r right..classy, flashy and indian! :)

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  3. Those stamping polishes look great over that base!

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  4. Oh gurl! This is just so pretty :)

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  5. Looks like Hena tattoo, love it, very beautiful!

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  6. Amazing Kejal :) So beautiful :)

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  7. You have to tell me why am I so drawn to these sandy mattes polishes. I am sure I will not like the texture but I love these pictures. This ones is even better!

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    1. u like coz they look awesome :P
      Texture is same like how u apply matt tc on a polish..not gritty at all.
      want some?

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    2. I always want :P havent seen them anywhere. Where you got?

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    3. got from HKG last year when customs officer pulled me up for carryin so many nps.
      btw I hav extras in a few colours.lemme know.

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    4. LOL! really!

      Its not gritty! and TC makes it all that glittery shiny,right?
      Lemme know which extras you have.

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  8. perfecto.... oh m so late..... luv d green polish... lovely :)

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  10. Hey.. Hi.. there.. I am just novice trying to brand my nails blog.. That ' s it...I am sorry if I breach your wish list anyhow

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    1. I understand you have a new blog..but I would appreciate you not leaving links on my blog without even reading or commenting about my blog post.

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  11. Positively regal, it looks brilliant!

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  12. Loved Loved Loved it <3 u r my inspiration Kej :D

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  13. I really love the texture of this mani!

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  14. This is soooo classy...how do u even think of such combos ya..

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  15. wow, what a sensational combination! x

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  16. wow...gorgeous. perfect for indian weddings.

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  17. Totally rad! Loved the first pic. Kejal, your photos are amazing. What camera do you use? Could you pleae do a post on how to take good photos for a nail art blog? Please, pretty please (puppy eyes)

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    1. hehe! I just point my cam at my nails and click pics! :D
      i'll try to attempt that :)

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  18. This is one of the best and glamorous nail arts ever. I don't know if I can do it too. But its awesome.

    http://thenailartandbeautydiaries.wordpress.com

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  19. I've only just found your blog while looking for stamping tips. I'm no good at stamping but with your tips hoping that I'll become an expert like you. I've had a browse round your posts and HAD to comment on this, the glitter and colours and stamps are a luscious combination!
    I'll be popping back regularly to see what latest gems you have.

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  20. i loved the design! n completely in love with the sandy matte finish! could u please tell me where i cud get those from?

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