Nail Of The Day: Basic White French Tips Using Konad

Hey Dolls! I hope you are all having a great day so far.

I know I did a nail of the day just yesterday...but I wasn't feeling the neon green on my nails. I guess it's a polish I am going to have to save for the summer months. I can't wait for summer to come...I have a feeling it is going to be a great one :)

Anyhoo, I took off yesterday's nail of the day and was feeling a little simple, and I wanted something crisp, and basic. I wanted to test out my new Konad french tip image plate m19. I love how easy it was so do french tips without spending so much time on it. This whole mani took my 10 minutes to do! The Konad m19 image plate also contains many tip sizes so you can easily find what works for your nail. I love how this french tip look turned out. I also love the fact that it makes your nails appear longer than they actually are (my nails are super short right now).

Products Used:
1. Brucci Nail Hardener in clear used as a base coat
2. 2 coats of Sally Hansen Insta-dri nail polish in Petal Pusher (soft creamy light pink)
3. Konad Image Plate m19
4. Konad Special polish in white
5. Konad Clear top coat

Here are some pictures! I hope you all enjoy, and Thank You all for stopping by. (click image to enlarge)

Disclaimer: I purchased all of these products with my money, for my personal use. I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned above.


  1. i like have french tips on my nails too! its very classy and looks very clean :) too bad i can't do it on my own LOL heehee

  2. I can't do it on my own either...but thanks to the Konad image plate it's very easy :)

  3. I gave M19 a whirl yesterday and it was a no go. :) It seems like the grooves are deep enough to keep the polish in them. I scraped as light as I could and only half of the design or less show up on the stamper. I tried swiping down from the top of the design to the bottom and from the right to the left with nothing working.
    I had it work a few times but it is so hard to place it down. I can see why you need to practice, practice, practice.