Monday, August 17, 2009

Aloha from Kauai

Aloooooha! This is gonnna be brief....I'm on vacation. Just had enough time to upload the nails I did before leaving! They are all broken now thugh....the rigours of travel! I'll post when I return Friday!







9 comments:

paintedladyfingers said...

That's a cute vacation mani! I hope you have lots of pleasant experiences and relaxation.

I'm taking a moment of silence for your broken nails. Wishing them speedy regrowth.

Annabelle said...

How pretty, yet simple. I just love Konad!

Hope your having a good time and that your nails aren't too short. XD

konADDICT said...

too funny ladies! But to my absolute horror...they are totally rocked! :0(....enhansments in order!!!!

thanks for the notes. sorry it wasn't an officail tutorial. You smarties get the hint!

Solveig said...

Such a cute mani. :)

Too bad about the nails. Mine always break when traveling, it's so bad. :P

mookiej said...

Your nails were really cute! Too bad they broke :(

I'm SO jealous that you're in Hawaii! Enjoy your vacation!

Lucy said...

Thanks for letting us know where you are. Cute Konad and so sorry your nails broke.

beautyjudy said...

Enjoy your vacation!!! That's an adorable vacation konadicure!!!

may said...

HI,
i was just wondering if you could help me out.

How can I tell the fake konads from the real ones? thanks

konADDICT said...

May...Konad USA has a rigorous application process to become an authorized distributor. You can always call them & ask for an authorized dealer in your area. Otherwise, i recommend ou just really know your vender. I know OC nail art & trust her. As I stated she (kathleen) has a close working relationship with Konad. Is even in the process of helping design a new plate ( very exciting) Why does it matter? I have heard that Faux plates don't always work. The depth of the design matters. Too deep or shallow can affect it's ability to pick up. Konad has a tied & true method. Now & then some plates are reported as having trouble...I guess a bad batch. Most Faux-nads are very obvious. The designs are totally different, or same design on the wrong plate or with other plate images. Others have a totally differant design plate shape, more like an octagon.

Bottom line, know your dealer! hope that helped.

Oh & Ladies...IM BACK.Look for another design tomorrow maybe?