Friday, May 8, 2009

Nail Art Diva

I was surfing around the net looking for cheap nail art supplies and I ran into this little puppy:
Has anyone tried it?

It is supposed to make it easier to apply "Konad" type nail designs. I am really curious about this little contraption.

Below is the information directly from the site:

"Break into the exciting world of custom nail art design with the Nail Art Diva!Diva Basics SmartStart Nail Art Kit, a complete nail art design system unlike anything you have ever experienced.
You will get The Nail Art Diva!, a patented nail art printing device specially made to easily apply any of the included 29 unique re-usable nail art designs to any of the six vivid nail art polish colors that you will find inside this kit.
Our nail art polish dries in seconds and is specially formulated to work with the nail art designs for quick bonding. Create hundreds of new nail art looks in minutes. It is easy to change your manicure style whenever you want! Project fresh innocence with Morning White and Soft Peach paired with a softer nail art decal graphic. Add vitality to a bolder nail art graphic with Passion Pink, Deep Strawberry or Passion Plum or go dark with Basic Black! In this kit, we have also included a bottle of Top Coat. The CE mark on the bottle lets you know that the polish has been tested and approved safe by European standards.
The Nail Art Diva! Diva Basics SmartStart Nail Art Kit comes with a SmartStart Basic nail art polish holder to help you keep everything organized by holding up to ten Nail Art Diva! nail art polishes (more colors are available separately). As you expand your collection of nail art designs, you can purchase the nail art polish holder expander(sold separately). The expander easily snaps to your basic nail art holder so you can increase your storage in the combined holder and expander from 10 nail art polishes and a top coat to 28 nail art polishes and top coat.

It costs $59.99 on the Nail Diva site, and on the Ulta site it costs $39.99.

I think I am going to wait till I get enough points on my Ulta card so I can get it as cheap as possible because I know that if I do not like it, I will be upset that I paid so much for it.

Has anyone tried it? If you have, is it worth buying it? What do you think?

Ciao! xoxo

~Dissolved Girl

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Enep said...

looks cute! :--D


ZenDenizen said...

This would require too much investment for me (of both money and time!). I use the cheapie Maybelline quick dry stuff if I'm ever inclined to wear nail polish :)

josiemikayla said...

I jsut bought this for my daughter for Christmas. Works great! Much better than I could ever so! I found it on clearance at Bartells for $5!

Dissolved Girl said...

Hi Josie, I have not tried it yet. I really do want to but the price keeps me away. I wish we had a Bartells here. When I lived in Seattle I used to visit that place often.