Hey stamperistas,Press Sample
It's been a weekend of fails :( I made so many nail arts that did not turn out I thought I was going to go crazy. Either the photography was really off or my sense of color wasn't really there. I ended up scraping two whole creations + tutorials before I got to this pretty mani. Was it worth it? Who knows, but I sure love how this one turned out!
Basecoat/Topcoat: UNT Peel Off Basecoat / Sally Hansen Diamond Flash
Base colors: OPI What's With The Catitude? and Road House Blues
Stamping polish: Colors by Llarowe Turq'd, Pink Lady, Blue Skies, Enchanted Forest, Hey Romeo, Sparkling Diamonds, Lilac Petals, and Mundo de Unas #3
Stamping plates: MoYou London Sailor 07
This is so lovely when I went outside into the sun I was almost blinded. Lol there is definitely something to be said for stamping with these polishes over a dark base with thicker patterns!
Btw I'm did the tutorial for this one differently and spoke. I had so many flubs that I had to explain myself otherwise it would have been just outright confusing for anyone watching. I did want to know though if you guys prefer my traditional music style or with me speaking. Don't worry I won't be offended if anyone says the music. I know my voice is perpetually stuck at 12 years old :/
These polishes are truly beautiful! Even with my qualms about the opacity on some there is no doubt they really do attract the eye and become bold over darks.
Lawd just look at this macro! Dead! That's how all of my nails looked in the sun. That bold and that intense maybe even more.
So what do you think? I'm going to stop here for now and hope that you guys enjoyed another one of my creations. I realized today I got a bit behind in my plate press again so the next few posts I'm going to be catching up again with all the new plates on the horizon! You can find the CbL stamping polishes on Llarowe.com or one of her many international stockists. Thanks for much for reading and I'll see you next post!
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