As Daisy mentioned, Allison of Born Pretty sent us some items to review. This time around, I’ll be showing off a stamped look using their stamping tool and one of the plates that they carry. Just a note though, this is actually my first time attempting to stamp on my nails so I had a few hit and misses as I was learning how to use the tool. The idea is simple, it just takes a bit of practice to use.
The 2 piece Practical Nail Stamper and Scraper is item #15851, and the Nail Stamp Template I used is QA97 which is item #15613. More information available on their product pages. You can’t go wrong with the prices either because each of these are definitely affordable. But if you like a sweeter deal, you can get 10% off using our coupon code DGG10 at Born Pretty Store.
So there’s several designs on the plate. I attempted to try the cherries, but either the polish consistency wasn’t right or my technique just wasn’t working. I couldn’t get the cherries design onto my stamper. I then decided to move to the other grid-like design with a gold polish that I know works well. I managed to not have too many mess ups, but it takes a few tries. Overall the product does what it’s supposed to and I like having fun design options without freehanding everything.
First off, I applied a base color on my nails and added a top coat. To use their stamper, I painted polish onto the design I wanted. With the scraper at a 45° angle, I scraped away any excess polish. I placed my stamper onto the design firmly, and transferred it. I then placed the stamper onto my nail in a rocking motion and transferred the design. Tada! Design transferred. Make sure to add a top coat.
Products used: Formula X Dark Matter, Julep Sienna, and Seche Vite Top Coat
Disclaimer: Colors on monitors may vary and affect the actual color of the product. Products shown here were sent to Petite Peinture for an honest review. All opinions are strictly our own.