This week, I decided to go with Elianto's Night Glitters. It's actually a dark shade of green with glitters. With light, you can see the greenish color. However, it looks black under the shade. I'm not fond of the color green, but I like this shade. To achieve this look, apply 1 layer of base coat, 2 layers of Elianto's Night Glitters, and 1 layer of top coat.
When I got home, I got busy with my Konad Stamping Nail Art kit. I chose a flower design from the m36 image plate and used white Konad special polish and top coat.
I found it easier to stamp the nail art design into the nail if you lay your finger flat on a hard surface, like a table for instance. In this way, you only need to concentrate on putting the pressure on the stamper. If you'll stamp your design on your nail with your unsupported hand, you will be forced to apply pressure both on the stamper and on your nail. This causes the design to not transfer properly on your nail.
I think I'm getting the hang of this. I'll be experimenting with more designs soon! So don't forget to subscribe to Simply Rins if you don't want to miss out on future updates!