Crackle Manicure Using Bundle Monster Image Plate
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Mar 06, 2012
thanks ill try it some time im off at the minute been sick at school im actually 10 not 13 but i act mature for my age and i luv beauty thats me in the pic when i was 7
Hey brooke M.!
Aww...sorry that you're sick. Hope you get better soon!
Mar 04, 2012
luv luv luv luv
Mar 05, 2012
Hey brooke M.!
Thanks! You should try it. The nail-stamping plate makes it so quick and easy. :)
Oct 27, 2011
Love it! Thanks
Thank you, Maribel! :) Glad you loved it.
I was thinking... after my last comment below... you could use multiple colors with that stamp and then apply a few coats of clear top coat to do a stain glass window effect. That would look so hot.
I did something similar: http://www.swatchandlearn.com/nail-...
that stamp would work beautifully with rich metallic colours! :3 like stained glass
Yes, I can see that looking so awesome! (I did a rainbowy crackle design before that reminded me a bit of stained glass: http://www.swatchandlearn.com/nail-...)
How did you do it? love it.
I first painted my nails the base colour and then I went over it by stamping on the design. If you go to http://www.swatchandlearn.com/nail-... you'll see the image plate I use. I also link to my Konad Tutorial. Hope that helps! :)
That looks great!
Thanks, Nikki! :D
this is awesome! Love it!
Thank you so much, Sofia! :)
super cute!! I agree with Yasmin K. I also thought it was broken windows lol
Hehe, yeah, they look more like broken windows to me than mummy nails. When I created them, I was going just for a crackle effect with nail stamping. beautylish interpreted them as mummy nails. :) I don't mind.
Mummies? I thought it was spider webs! Or broken glass windows. Regardless I love the look, it's fun!
Yeah, that was beautylish's interpretation. When I created them, I just called them crackle nails. :) But I can see how they look like broken windows, too.
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