Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Kiddie Konadi #1

As promised, I am going to feature a series of kid friendly Konadicures...Kiddie Konadi's. I think we ladies enjoy using Konad products and creating Konadi's for ourselves and friends, but our daughters love them too.

I have a 3 year old and a 6 year old who love having their nails done! I like to make their nails extra special by applying a Konad nail art design to them. Of course you all know how fast and easy it is, so it is no no big deal or waste of time to glam them out.

So, get out your Konad- and spend some good old fashioned girl bonding time with your little one. My girls like to pretend we are in a salon an create an elaborate story for who we are, our names, dolly's names and ages, and the "specials" of the day. They even create names for the specials...very sellable indeed!

Here is what you will need: Base color, plates m57, & m3, Konad special polish in black and white. Glitter polish for tips.

1. Apply base color

2.Stamp first image in white over full nail, then follow with the bows in black. I like to place them diagonally, but you should do them however you find them pleasing.
3. Paint the tips with a sparkle color similar to the base color. But you could create an entirely different look by using a contrasting or even solid tip color.


Brooke said...

The nine year old I babysit loves when I Konad her nails, but I've found a lot of the designs are too big for her small nails. I'll have to get the plate with the small bow on it - she'd love it. Adorable nails by the way, I love the color and designs you used!!

gildedangel said...

That is so cute; I love it!

PowerLifterChick said...

i love this one for me as well!

Mama Jen said...

this is a very cute design!

konADDICT said...

Hey MAma Jen, welcome! glad you like. Brooke, thanks...I know what you mean, but actually, i like that i can use the large images as a FULL nail design fo rher nails. I find any design that is rather "dense" can be used as a full nail design on the little ones.

thanks for looking gilded angel and powerlift chick :)

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