So I know I'm suppose to be taking a nail polish break, but who can do such a thing??? So I slapped on some Duri under my polish and kept it moving...lol. This is Orly Lemonade and Konad image plate m3. I used Finger Paints Put Your Feet Up and ChG Coconut Kiss w/ the Konad. The both seem to Konad friendly polishes. When I originally bought Orly Lemonade I hated it. I'm coming to terms with the color, but hate the application. It seems a bit more thinner than my other polishes and just annoys me.
I'm excited that I was finally able to use my Konad. Acetone versus regular nail polish remover made all the difference in the world, but how the heck do you use acetone and not dry out your fingers and get cotton everywhere???? My primary reason for getting the acetone was for my konad, but it's really hard to use and not get pieces of acetone filled cotton stuck to my nails so if anyone has some tips and/or tricks for me please let me know.
I also tried out Sally Hansen's No More Mistakes Manicure Clean-Up Pen today and I don't care for it. I really had to scrub and I think it's easier to just use a cotton swab with polish remover. I would like to know how people get the perfect gaps by the cuticle though.
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