Years ago, Justin Timberlake thought that he was bringing sexy back. Yeah right – he can’t hold a candle to Chanel Peridot or any other multichrome nail polish, for that matter!
You’ll remember that I sported this sexy beast a while ago and gushed in a blog post about how it was the first Chanel anything I’ve ever owned. (It still is.)
This time I wore it, I decided to give it a little makeover. Since I love argyle and wanted to do a look that combined posh with preppy, I thought it was only appropriate to do a Chanel Peridot Argyle Konadicure using Konad Image Plate m60.
As you can see, I goofed up the stamping on the index finger, but it didn’t really bother me because the overall look was exactly what I was going for – tacky! 😉 Seriously, sometimes tacky things make you smile like nothing else, and I needed something to smile about. Done and done!
It almost has a snakeskin feel to it, and as much as I dislike snakes, I really like the patterns on their skin.
Chanel Peridot Argyle Konadicure Swatches
All swatches have:
(Note: If you’ve never seen Chanel Peridot solo, you really need to because it’s way more brilliant than my below photos show. The nail stamping hides the multichrome nature, plus in the above link, you’ll see swatches of it in the sun. During the time I wore it for this post, I didn’t have my camera handy when the sun came out.)
Natural Light Photos
Konad Image Plate m60 Picture
Konad Image Plate m60 Review (Argyle)
Since I’ve already reviewed the argyle pattern in my previous post on an Argyle Konadicure with Nubar Indigo Illusion, please refer to that post.
Konad Tutorial: Check out my Nail Stamping Tutorial for step-by-step written instructions & visual aids to make nail stamping easier!
What I Used to Create This Look:
- Konad m60 Image Plate: $6.99 USD
- Konad Special Nail Polish (Black): 11 mL – $6.99 USD
- Konad Stamper (came in a set with a metal scraper): $4.99 USD for set
- Konad Plastic Scraper: $2.50 USD
- Where I Recommend Buying Konad Supplies: WowSoCool & OC Nail Art
Duochromes and multichrome lacquers are my favourite to stamp over because they add that extra dimension to the finished effect.
What are some of your favourite colours to stamp over? What are some tacky things you’ll admit to liking? Have you entered my latest Konad nail stamping kit giveaway? (Ends February 7 at 11:11 am Eastern)