To my followers: The link was posted on my nail art Facebook page, so check it out here. They’re offering 20% off their Konad supplies.
(I haven’t been given anything to post this nor have I ordered from them, but I like that they’re offering a discount instead of just trying to leech off my traffic.)
Honestly, I have no idea. I haven’t worked with gels myself yet. That does sound like it’d work though! I guess give it a shot on a nail as a test and let me know?
Early 2010, it was a New Year’s resolution that year to paint my nails more. I guess I’ll have to make that a resolution for 2012 too, I haven’t really been painting them lately.
Thanks so much! :)
So some of the featured posts you’ve seen in the “nail art” tag the past few days were featured by me. As awesome as it’s been, it’s also been a serious headache. See, there’s actual guidelines to follow and one or two other editors (heck, maybe more, I don’t know how many of us are new) don’t seem to realize there are actual rules we need to keep in mind.
The most important one (in my opinion) is we need to be making sure we’re featuring the OP. If we feature a post, it should be by the person who originally did the look, or there should at least be a link to the original. I’m noticing so many featured posts lately are quite obviously not by the OP. I don’t feature every awesome post I come across because I make sure it’s the OP who posted it. If I can’t tell, I don’t feature it. Maybe I’m being too anal but I’d rather know I’m helping to bring attention to someone’s art, and not bringing attention to an idea blog that posts images with no credit or context.
tl;dr - Editors need to pay better attention to what they’re supposed to do, and my suggestion to nail art people is make sure your name is on your photos so if it’s posted without credit, people can still find you for more art!
Thanks! Yours is cool too, there’s some I haven’t seen on there.
It’s the quickest way to remove glitter polish. Dip a cotton ball in nail polish remover and put it on your nail, then wrap a bit of foil around it and let it sit for a few minutes. You’ll be able to wipe the polish off easily without having to rub at it and get an ache in your hand. lol. Only for natural nails though, it’ll dissolve acrylic.
My queue isn’t working for some reason, it’s eating anything I try putting in it. But that’s the end, no more for today.