Some of the nail art you see on the Internet is a bit insane. I don’t know how much free time those people have, but patience is just not a Lindsay virtue.
Here’s a little secret; there’s a much easier way to get people to ooh and ahh over your nails.
Remember Fashion Plates? Think of these image plates from Bundle Monster as Fashion Plates for your nails. It’s not quite the same technique but it’s almost the same result.
Silver on teal makes very snowy-looking nails.
Can you guess which of these designs I used? Hint: not the bee.
These pink on pink paisley nails remind me of a miniskirt I had in grade 6. My mom bought it for me on some family vacation to the US (where all the good stores were back in the day) and I’m fairly certain I wore it at least once a week. I was a skinny kid so I’m sure if I still had it it’d make a good leg warmer or something.
It’s pretty obvious which of the designs I used on this plate. If it’s not, then perhaps you need glasses.
You’ll also need a stamper and a scraper (very scientific nail art tools) to do what I did in the photos, above. I use these ones made by a company called Konad, also available on Nail Polish Canada. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, there are some great YouTube tutorials that show this mysterious stamping and scraping process.
A set of 25 Bundle Monster retails for $23.99 on Nail Polish Canada. With four or five designs per plate, that means you could have different nails for four and a half months. Woah.