Move aside, Spider-Man! There’s a new hero in town. She kicks ass, takes names, and does it all with a fabulous manicure.
Introducing my 3rd Konad stamping nail art ever! Sure, it’s not perfect. And yes, I goofed up on my left hand a little, so I had to take photos of my right hand instead. (It was awkward using the camera with my left since I’m a righty.)
Despite the sloppiness, I really like how this Sexy Spider-Woman Konadicure came out. The base red is pretty bright, but it gets toned down and tip-toes along vampy avenue when it gets stamped with a black fishnet design.
While wearing this, I kept looking at my nails. Still not used to seeing Konad nail art on my nails, but I really love it!
What do you think of it? Have you tried this Konad fishnet nail design with other color combinations?
Sexy Spiderwoman Konad Nail Art Swatches
(All swatches are with 1 coat of Nail Tek Foundation II Base Coat, 2 coats of China Glaze Phat Santa, 1 coat of Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat, 1 coat of Konad Special Nail Polish in Black & 1 coat of Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat)
Image Plate m57 (Fishnet) Review
I was concerned that the fishnet pattern would be hard to use because the lines are very thin and the Konad Special Nail Polish dries pretty quickly if you’re not fast with the stamper.
To my relief, this design was just as easy to apply as the zebra and leopard print designs. I was able to get the entire image on my stamper without a hiccup.
What I Used to Create This Look:
- Regular Nail Polish: China Glaze Phat Santa – $3 USD
- Konad Image Plate m57: $6.99 USD
- Konad Special Nail Polish (Black): 11 mL – $6.99 USD
- Konad Stamper & Konad Scraper (metal): $4.99 USD for both
- Konad Image Plate Holder: $3.99 USD
- Where to Buy Konad Supplies: Konad Stamping Nail Art, Trans Design, Head2Toe, WowSoCool, OC Nail Art & select mall kiosks
Before I tried my hand at Konad nail art, I always thought that it was too much work, and that I wouldn’t be good at it. Well, okay…I’m not good at it (yet) – still need lots of practice. But as for it being too much work, it’s not! It literally takes about maybe 5 extra minutes to do compared to a standard one-color manicure.
I can’t wait to try the other designs on the Konad Image Plate (m57) as well as the other disks I just had to purchase!
What nail art have you done that you were proud of? Do you know of any place I can purchase other nail-art stamping plates that aren’t Konad or Bundle Monster? I’m looking for more full-nail designs.
P.S. Check out my Konad Tutorial for step-by-step instructions and pictures to make Konadicures even easier to get the hang of!