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Bornprettystore Clear Stamper Review

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bornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewHi everyone! Today I’m reviewing the bornprettystore clear jelly stamper pictured above. As you can see you receive a stamper and a scraper with your purchase. The clear stampers took the nail art world by storm a while ago and I really wanted to try one out. I had not gotten around to ordering one yet, so I jumped at the chance of reviewing one. I knew it was already on it’s way to me and I was seeing a lot of people posting about problems picking up images with the clear stampers, but I wasn’t sure if the stampers they were struggling with were from bornprettystore as they are stocked elsewhere too. So when I received mine I was both excited and nervous. Before creating my mani, I did a few tests to see how it picks up images. For all the swatches below I used MoYou London black stamping polish. Here are the results:bornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewAs you can see the stamper does pick up images well. I didn’t prime it at all since this would cloud the stamping head and defeat the purpose. I did wipe it down with acetone once. This is not recommended for any stamper, but I have had success with this once before with a marshmallow stamper and wanted to see if it made a difference. It didn’t. Although it picks up images well, as with any other stamper it does depend on the plate/polish/stamper combination. I also found that some trial and error worked well. At times I couldn’t pick up an image, but changing my scraping direction and pressure made a difference. It did fail to pick up some images that I was able to pick up with another stamper, but this is pretty standard for any stamper that I’ve worked with. The stamper is 2.8 cm in diameter and is squishy. It is not firm, nor marshmallow, but somewhere in between.bornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewThe reason these stampers are so popular is that it can really help you line up your stamping and place your images exactly where you want them. I think my stamping skills are intermediate at best, so this is beneficial to me. I’ve seen pros line up stamping like a boss even without a clear stamper and always been jealous, now I have an ace up my sleeve 😉 Of course a clear stamper like this called for a mani that needed specific placement and I couldn’t think of a better way to showcase this than a double stamped mani. Let me show you what I came up with.bornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper reviewbornprettystore clear jelly stamper review

I started off with a base coat to protect my nails. I used 2 coats of Hean 641 (press sample) as a base. Once that was dry I started stamping. I used images from PUEEN 39 and PUEEN 46. I used small images specifically because these would be the ones that would normally need specific placement. I will also definitely be using this stamper when I want to stamp geometric images that need to be perfectly straight. I wanted to create a garden themed butterfly mani and I think I managed to do just that. There was still a bit of empty space around the images once I was done stamping, but no images small enough to fill up the space without overlapping the stamping that was already there. When in doubt, add glitter! So I used a glitter topper from Sally Hansen called Samba. I picked out the glitter and placed it in the empty spaces. It is a very sparse topper, but I didn’t want any of the glitter over the stamping so I chose to place it instead of painting it directly onto my nails. After all the stamping and glitter placement I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

Stamping polishes used are all from M Polish (gifts):

Pish Plashin’ Around (blue)

Dancing in the Streets (purple)

Hottie (orange)

Fresh Perspective (pink)

I Need a Vacation (red)

Get Lost (green)

Would I recommend this stamper? I certainly would! It is the same size and just as squishy as my bornprettystore XL stamper which totally changed my stamping game. When I store my stampers I usually just turn the head the wrong way around and stick it in my drawer with other supplies, but I’ve sealed this head in a small plastic bag to protect it from scratching and obscuring my view of the images picked up. If you are interested in getting your hands on one of these, you can purchase it here. I’ve posted my discount code below for 10% off your purchases (if not already discounted).Born Pretty DiscountI would really love to hear your thoughts on this mani and the clear stampers in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

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CATRICE Alluring Reds

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Hi everyone! I know I have been MIA for a while. I’ve had a lot going on in my personal life and needed to take a break. I wish I could say that I’m back in full force now, but I have a lot of catching up to do. During this time, however, I received a press sample from CATRICE which I will be showing you today. CATRICE have released a new collection of products referred to as “Alluring Reds”. They have a few lip colours available in this trend edition which I will definitely be checking out since I can really love me a red lippy. I was sent a duo of nail polish called Pleasure of Temptation to review. I like it already 😉

Let me show you what I came up with and then I’ll get into my findings and experience with the polishes.Catrice Alluring Reds Pleasure of TemptationCatrice Alluring Reds Pleasure of TemptationCatrice Alluring Reds Pleasure of TemptationIn the set you receive 2 polishes. A silver base colour and a jelly which is designed to go over the silver. I think the concept is pretty much the same as the OPI Color Paints range where a silver is used as a base and you also have a sheer tinted polish to go over it. In my mind the silver is used to help the sheer polish ‘pop’ and also to ensure opacity. I was bouncing around ideas with Pish as to what kind of art I could do with these and she had a great idea, which I promptly stole. When I was swatching these polishes before I started creating this look, I noticed the silver showed brush strokes quite prominently, so I decided to try sponging and painting it underneath the red to see if it would make a difference. I also tried a different number of coats of the silver as it was a little more sheer than a foil. My findings will be below 🙂

I started off with a base coat to protect my nails. On my index nail I sponged on a few coats of the silver base coat. On my pinkie I painted 1 coat of the silver base colour. On my middle and ring nails I painted 2 coats of black polish as a base for my stamping. With the silver appearing to be kind of sheer when painting it on, I didn’t have high hopes for it to stamp well, but when I tested it I was very pleasantly surprised! It stamped like a dream! I used the silver to stamp the images over the black polish. I then proceeded to start layering the red jelly over my nails. In the pictures above you see 3 coats of red over the silver nails and 2 coats over the stamping. You could probably get away with 2 coats of the red over the silver, but with each coat the colour deepens beautifully and I loved it at 3. I didn’t feel it would make too much difference over the stamping, so I left it at 2 coats. Although I worked fairly quickly, the red jelly didn’t drag my stamping at all. Yay! I sealed everything in with a fast drying top coat.

From the tests that I did I concluded that you only require 1 coat of the silver underneath the red. There really isn’t any visible difference between one and two coats underneath. Once you start building your red colour, the brush strokes of the silver completely disappear. Sponging the silver is much more labour intensive and not worth the effort. You can go ahead and paint it on. I was completely obsessed with how the stamped nails turned out. I will most definitely be doing this again! They were absolutely beautiful! I really love this shade of red too. The polish dries to a stunning squishy, high gloss finish, but I added a top coat to prolong wear. I can also see myself using the red jelly for leadlighting in the future. I did notice that there was some bubbling in the jelly once it was dry. This was not visible to the naked eye unless you very closely eyeballed your nails in the sun. I think I could probably resolve this if I waited for my layers to dry before applying the next and perhaps painting thinner coats. The silver is perfectly opaque in two coats and can also be worn on it’s own. If you don’t mind visible nail line you could wear the jelly on it’s own too or it can be used for jelly sandwiches, so these polishes are also fairly versatile.

You can find these red beauties, plus the rest of the trend edition in Dischem stores in South Africa. The recommended retail price for the set is R 89.95. There are two other sets of the red polish to choose from. I would love to hear what you think of these in the comments below 🙂

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Sinful Colors Flower Power

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Hi everyone! Today I have another mani created with polishes gifted me by Pish Posh Polish. If you’ve seen my epic nail mail post, you’ll understand why there are so many of them! I wanted to create something fun and this is what I came up with 🙂Sinful Colors Flower Power stamped with MPolish Get LostSinful Colors Flower Power stamped with MPolish Get LostSinful Colors Flower Power stamped with MPolish Get Lost

I started off with Revlon Calcium Gel Nail Hardener as a base coat to protect my nails. I painted 1 coat of essence free hugs on all of my nails. I then painted Sinful Colors Flower Power over that. I suspected Flower Power would be pretty sheer and was not in the mood to paint too many coats and struggle with drying time, so this worked out perfectly. Once that was dry I used MPolish Get Lost and BM-S107 to stamp over all of my nails. I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

I wasn’t so sure about this mani when I finished it. It felt a bit “busy”, but it grew on me quickly and I ended up liking it a lot. What do you think?

Thanks for reading!

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Blue and Red for Kent

 

 

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Blue and Red For KentHi everyone. I have a special post for you today. My friend Pish Posh Polish posted about her sister’s boyfriend who is a sweet 16 year old boy who very unexpectedly suffered a stroke. It was rather severe and he is currently trying to recover in a care facility. You can see Pish’s post and mani here. She started the hashtag #BlueandRedforKent and started pulling the nail community into it to raise awareness and for us to show our support for his friends and family. Of course I wanted to be part of it 🙂 Pish told everyone that his favourite colours are blue and red and that he loves music. I drew my inspiration for my mani from there. Let me show you what I came up with:Blue and Red for KentBlue and Red for KentBlue and Red for KentI started off with Revlon Calcium Gel Nail Hardener as a base coat to protect my nails.  On my index and middle nails I painted 2 coats of Emily de Molly Seeing Red (gift). MAN! I *needed* an excuse to use this polish again! On my ring and pinkie nails I painted 2 coats of Smudge Polish Navy Seal. Once that was dry I used PUEEN 47 and Pish Plashing Around to stamp the music notes on my middle nail. I used the same image and MPolish Scouting the Beach to stamp on my pinky nail. On my ring nail I used MPolish I Need a Vacation and BP-26 to stamp the awareness ribbons. Red awareness ribbons are used for those that suffer from strokes. I didn’t even know that. I thought that the red ribbons represent AIDS awareness, which is obviously quite prevalent in my country. You can see all the different colours of ribbons and their meanings here. On my index nail I used a Superman water decal I purchased from luckystarstyle. I thought it was rather fitting because Clark Kent and to represent how Kent is fighting to survive. I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

If you would like to stay up to date with Kent’s progress, you can find the Facebook page here. I wish Kent and his loved ones all the best with his recovery. My thoughts and prayers are with them every day.

Thanks for reading!

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Smudge Polish Navy Seal

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Hi everyone! The mani I have to show you today is the kind of mani I normally don’t do. The colours are outside of my regular preferences, but there is stamping, which is SO me 😛 If we never move out of our comfort zone, we’ll never know if there is something better out there, right? For my birthday Ordinary Misfit sent me some gifts <3 Thanks, Michelle! So of course, this mani was inspired by the cool goodies she got for me. Let me show you what I came up with 🙂Smudge Polish Navy Seal stamped with M Polish Hottie and MoYou London Fashionista 04Smudge Polish Navy Seal stamped with M Polish Hottie and MoYou London Fashionista 04Smudge Polish Navy Seal stamped with M Polish Hottie and MoYou London Fashionista 04Smudge Polish Navy Seal stamped with M Polish Hottie and MoYou London Fashionista 04I started off with Revlon Calcium Gel Nail Hardener as a base coat to protect my nails. I painted 2 coats of Smudge Polish Navy Seal (gift from Ordinary Misfit) on all of my nails. Navy Seal is a gorgeous blue metallic polish. I painted very carefully for the fear of cuticle staining. Highly pigmented blues will do that to you, but the formula on this polish was really easy to control and where I did need some clean up I didn’t experience any staining at all. I also did not have any staining when I removed it. Once my nails were dry I stamped using MoYou London Fashionista 04 (gift from Ordinary Misfit) and M Polish Hottie (gift from Pish Posh Polish) on all of my nails. The 2 images I used are reversed on the stamping plate and I thought it would be cool to use them together. While I was stamping my husband distracted me and I accidentally stamped my middle nail with both images. Oops. I have no idea how on earth I managed to line them up so perfectly. I didn’t even realize I was stamping over a stamped image. I also know for a fact now that I clearly am not a pro stamper because skew stamping is still a reality for me. I’ll just keep practising 😉 I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

Despite this mani compromising of colours I normally would not gravitate towards, I still really liked the result. Michelle knew that I had been eyeing a geometric plate with images like this for the longest time. She always gives the most perfect gifts! I was ecstatic to add this one to my collection 🙂

What do you think? Should I move out of my comfort zone more often?

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piCture pOlish Obsession and MoYou London Illusion 05

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Hi everyone! I reviewed piCture pOlish Obsession in this post and today I want to show you how I used it with the MoYou London Illusion 05 stamping plate (reviewed here) for a simple, but beautiful look. Both the plate and piCture pOlish were supplied for honest review by We Heart Nail Art. Let me show you the look I created.piCture pOlish Obsession stamped with MoYou London Illusion 05piCture pOlish Obsession stamped with MoYou London Illusion 05piCture pOlish Obsession stamped with MoYou London Illusion 05

I started off with a base coat of Revlon Calcium Gel Nail Hardener to protect my nails. I painted 2 coats of piCture pOlish Obession on all of my nails (swatch and review here). Once that was dry I used Tip Top Hot Fudge, MoYou London Illusion 05 and my MoYou London rectangular marshmallow stamper to stamp this image on my middle and ring nails. I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

I really loved this look. This image from the Illusion plate is so gorgeous and I think it looks sophisticated. Such a beautiful image! I would love to hear your thought in the comments below 🙂

piCture pOlish is exclusively available from We Heart Nail Art in South Africa. They also sell MoYou stamping plates, polish and stampers. Check out We Heart Nail Art’s shop and their other social media channels:

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MoYou London Stamping Plate Review

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Hi everyone! Today I would like to show a stamping plate and stamper/scraper from We Heart Nail Art. We Heart Nail Art is an online store bringing imported brands to South African nail addicts. What I really love about this is that I can shop for these rather exclusive brands from the comfort of my chair. Goods are delivered via courier, so no waiting for your package to come through snail mail and possibly getting stuck at customs and then still having to pay more when it finally arrives in your mailbox. The owner, Shann, is also always on the lookout for new exciting products she can offer so it is definitely worth keeping an eye on their site and social media for updates.

One of the products Shann is importing for us nail addicts are MoYou London stamping plates and stampers. MoYou London are a prominent international brand that offers stamping tools including plates, stamping polishes and stampers. I have already reviewed the MoYou London black stamping polish which can also be sourced from We Heart Nail Art. Shann already has a large variety of the MoYou London plates available in her store, as well as their stamping polish and a number of MoYou London stampers. I chose to review the Illusion 05 stamping plate and the rectangular marshmallow stamper. All the stamping plates are individually packaged by collection.
MoYou London Illusion 05 Stamping PlateWhen you receive the plate, it is covered in a blue protective film to ensure that the plate isn’t scratched when you receive it. Even fine scratches on a plate can affect the stamped image. The film is easy to remove, although I urge you to do so with dry nails as the film can be quite clingy once removed and I have for sure messed up a mani leaving it too late. You can grab at the edge of the plate with a tweezer or you run your finger in one direction to start lifting the film. Once you’ve got a hold on it, it peels back easily.MoYou London Illusion 05 Stamping PlateMoYou London Illusion 05 Stamping PlateI like to wipe down all my plates with pure acetone before each use.  The rectangular stamper is a proper marshmallow stamper. The most squishy one I own and it is also sticky to the touch. This is what the stamper and scraper look like:MoYou London Rectangular Marshmallow StamperI use a lint roller to clean my stampers between uses. I would usually not try to prime this stamper or use acetone on it at all, to protect it’s smooth, sticky finish. If you feel it necessary you can wash the stamping head with dishwashing liquid and lukewarm water. I did find that the stamper worked perfectly with the MoYou London plates, but in order to get it to work well with other plates I had to wipe down the stamping head with acetone first. I was really under the impression one should not buff a marshmallow stamper or use acetone on it, but it did help the stamper pick up images that I could not pick up before. I’m not sure if I will need to do this again in the future. My bornprettystore squishy stamper requires regular priming with a high grit nail file to work well, so it isn’t completely out of the ordinary to manipulate your stamping head to work better. I used the rectangular marshmallow stamper plus the included scraper and MoYou London black stamping polish to stamp all of these images onto paper.MoYou London Illusion 05 stamping swatchesHow funky are these images? Trippy nails for the win! I can’t wait to try out making some decals with these images too. Of course I created a mani using the stamper and plate. This is what I came up with:China Glaze Peonies & Park Ave stamped with MoYou London Illusion 05China Glaze Peonies & Park Ave stamped with MoYou London Illusion 05China Glaze Peonies & Park Ave stamped with MoYou London Illusion 05I started off with Revlon Calcium Gel Nail Hardener as a base coat to protect my nails. I painted 3 coats of China Glaze Peonies & Park Ave on all of my nails. I keep reaching for this shade lately. I am SO ready for summer and neons! Once my nails were dry I used MoYou London Black Stamping Polish and the Illusion 05 plate to stamp on all of my nails. I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

I LOVED this mani so much! I got loads of compliments on them as the design with the neon is pretty eye catching. When it came time to take this off I actually recreated this look on my toes because I wanted to wear it for longer. The MoYou London stamping plates are currently available for R150 per plate on the We Heart Nail Art online shop. I don’t mind spending money on stamping plates because you can use them over and over again. Now that reverse stamping/decals have become popular in the nail art world the looks you can create with just one plate become endless. There are also 3 different MoYou London stampers available in the shop.

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L.A. Girl Black Illusion and 3D Silver

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Hi everyone! I have some holo nails with stamping to show you today. Everybody say HO-LO! Hey! HO-LO! Hey! Yes. I’m in a silly mood. Spring has sprung here in South Africa and that makes me immeasurably happy! Spring is my favourite season! Hay fever aside, I love all the flowers in bloom, longer days and warmer nights! Of course more sunshine also means neons and holos – right up my alley! Let me show you the mani I created 🙂L.A. Girl 3D Silver and Black Illusion stamped with BM-S107L.A. Girl 3D Silver and Black Illusion stamped with BM-S107L.A. Girl 3D Silver and Black Illusion stamped with BM-S107L.A. Girl 3D Silver and Black Illusion stamped with BM-S107I started off with an L.A. Girl base coat to protect my nails. I painted 4 coats of L.A. Girl 3D Silver on my index and 3 coats on my middle nail. This polish is super sheer. I might consider layering it over silver next time to reduce the number of coats. Otherwise it is gorgeously sparkly! On my ring and pinkie nails I painted 2 coats of L.A. Girl Black Illusion. Both of these polishes are from the 3D Effects collection. I have almost all the colours in this collection except for the blues and the orange. I really love how beautiful the scattered holo looks! I love all things holo, although I’m sure you’ve noticed 😉 Once my nails were dry I stamped using BM-S107. For the black stamping I used Sinful Colors Black on Black and for the silver Tip Top Armour Plate. I sealed in everything with a coat of Seche Vite.

I really loved this mani! It was absolutely gorgeous. The stamping looked so beautiful (hello paisley!) and these polishes just came alive in the sun. What do you think?

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Catrice Get the Blues

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Hi everyone! I want to show you a stunning polish I bought today. You will also see somewhat of a unicorn on my blog – swatch photos! I was using this polish as a base on all of my nails for my mani and figured I would snap some pics of how it looks on its own before stamping over it. I picked up this polish from Dischem on sale. I usually shy away from Catrice polishes in favour of their sister brand essence, but only because of the price point. Catrice polishes are by no means expensive, just more expensive than essence. Yeah. Call me cheap 😉 I picked up Catrice Get the Blues and was really glad I did! Look at this beauty:Catrice Get The Blues SwatchCatrice Get The Blues SwatchCatrice Get The Blues SwatchShown above is 2 coats without top coat. I had to slant my nails as I have in the last picture to see the colour shift that is so apparent in the bottle, but this polish is beautiful even when it is not shifting. I really, really love it. The formula was superb and I had absolutely no issues with this polish. I had just received my new Bundle Monster plates, so of course I had to try them out.Catrice Get The Blues stamped with Tip Top Armour Plate and BM-S102Catrice Get The Blues stamped with Tip Top Armour Plate and BM-S102Catrice Get The Blues stamped with Tip Top Armour Plate and BM-S102I started off with an L.A. Girl base coat to protect my nails. I painted 2 coats of Catrice Get the Blues and used Tip Top Armour Plate and BM-S102 to stamp over all my nails. Somehow the stamping completely changed the colour of this polish. I realize my skin tone looks different in the 2 sets of pictures, I suspect I forgot to change my white balance setting when I took one set of photos, but the polish is still colour accurate. I sealed everything in with a coat of Seche Vite.

What do you think? Do you like Get the Blues? Have you ever had a polish “change colour” on you after you’ve done some art? Tell me in the comments below 🙂

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Guest Post from Pish.Posh.Polish!

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Hi everyone! I have a special post for you today! I have Karen from Pish.Posh.Polish over to do a guest post! I haven’t had a guest post on here in FOREVER and I’ve done one for her as well. So when you’re done reading here, you can check out my post for her too 🙂

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I’m Karen, author of Pish.Posh.Polish: All Polish, All The Time. This is my first time guest posting on anyone’s blog and I am so nervous! Thank you, acidicice for having me here, I hope that I can do this guest posting thing justice. 😀

acidicice and I brainstormed about what we would do for our guest posts and settled on using the lead lighting technique. She had been wanting to try it and I hadn’t done it in quite some time so it was perfect for both of us! Here’s what I came up with:
Stamping and lead lighting over a white base
If you’ve never heard of lead lighting or tried it, basically its like coloring in a coloring book only you don’t have to worry about staying in the lines because you color over the lines you stamp. That’s my kind of coloring! Typically, you would start with a white base, stamp over it with a dark color, usually black, and then use jelly or super sheer polishes to “color in” your image. You can use a dotting tool or a small detail brush to apply the color. Let me show you the polishes and plate I used to create this look:
Left to right: QTica Natural Nail Growth Stimulator, Orly White Tips, Shinespark Polish Markie, Dancing Dolphins, Max Splash, Ballerina Bunny, Seche Clear, KBShimmer Clearly On Top. Front: UberChic Beauty plate 1-02
I started with my QTica Natural Nail Growth Stimulator as my base coat. Once I had that on all of my nails, I went back with one coat of Orly White Tips as my base color. I didn’t worry about it being a perfectly even application – it was a little streaky as white tends to be with one coat but it doesn’t matter too much because it gets covered with the jellies.
Once my white base was dry (about 10 minutes), I used Funky Fingers Dark Knight as my stamping color. I love using this polish because its super cheap (3/$5 at Five Below) and very opaque. This was an especially exciting mani for me because it was my first time using my UberChic Beauty plates that I just purchased. I have heard so many good things about these plates and everything that I’ve read is true – these plates are BOMB. Here, let me show you a close up of the image I used from plate 1-02:
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Anywayyyyy, once my stamping had a chance to dry for a few minutes, I started in on my coloring. Using my detail brush, I started with the yellow – Markie by Shinespark Polish. Its already a jelly polish but I wanted this to be super sheer, so I used Seche Clear to thin it out even more. I applied it in a tiny half circle close to the side of my finger because I wanted this to look like a flower when I was finished. I repeated those same steps with each color:  pink – Ballerina Bunny, purple – Max Splash, and blue – Dancing Dolphins until I reached the other side of my finger. When I’d finished, the colors each had very blunt lines between them and I wanted a gradient effect so I had to go back and mix some colors together and go over the lines. Once I was happy with the blending of the colors, I top coated with KBShimmer Clearly On Top to seal everything in, help it dry, and make it super shiny.
Here’s a macro to show how it turned out. There was a little smearing of my stamped image because I went over that spot too hard with the brush. You have to be a little delicate so as to NOT smudge like I did:
Overall, I was very pleased with how this mani turned out, I haven’t ever done a full lead lighting mani. I am over the moon for these new plates! Here’s another look at the finished result:

Thank you so much for reading and another huge THANK YOU! to acidicice for having me. What do you think of this look? Have you ever tried the lead lighting technique?

If you’d like to check out more nail art, polish swatches, and reviews, you can find me on my BLOG or on INSTAGRAM.

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Wow! I don’t know about you guys, but I love this mani! Thanks so much for coming over to invade my blog for a day, Karen. I really love what you’ve done and I really hope you like what I’ve done for her too! You can head over to Karen’s blog to see my post. Just click here 🙂

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