Fall 2010 nail polish collections are certainly sophisticated, but when it comes to the season's most playful holiday, it's time to have some shimmery, wacky fun. Last year for Halloween, we saw lots of sparkle and vivid hues, but this year, there's plenty more creative flair added to the mix. See what I mean now.
Not only is nail polish pretty much the "It" beauty product these days, but nail art is definitely having a moment. A peep at various beauty blogs proves that you don't need to spend a lot of money (or hold an MFA) to get really cool-looking nails, thanks to Konad.
Simply purchase a nail art set, ($21-$430) which includes all you need to begin: a scraper, a stamp, Konad Special Nail Polish(es), and image plate(s). It's those predesigned image plates ($6.50 each), however, that allow you to have all the fun. (Check them out here and here.) To find out more, just keep reading.
Here's a fun post on how to do a toile-inspired manicure from OnSugar blog Beautopia:
I cannot express how much I love toile. One day my entire bedroom is going to be camouflaged as a toile hole in the space/time continuum. Konad Plate m71 ($7) has this floral pattern, which is about as close to a toile pattern they have. Usually toile is a bit busier, so If there's a better one I've missed, please tell me. I used OPI Mod About You ($5.50) as a base then used this plate and OPI We'll Always Have Paris ($5.50) for the design. This would also look amazing with black and white, and ivory and dark blue.
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