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Remember last week when I told you that I had found a way to make the advanced stamping technique easier? Well today I’m back with the tutorial ! And a new nail art obviously !
I went for a design that is on Winstonia W201 stamping plate. You’ll need a black nail polish for stamping, personally I went for my Konad black. Then I took a whole bunch of OPI shades. Promise, I’m not sponsored, these are all mine ! So for this mani I used : the white Alpine Snow, the yellow Just Can’t Cope-Acabana, the orange Where Did Suzi’s Man-Go?, the light green That’s Hula-Rious, the pastel pink Suzi Shops and Island Hops, the pink Kiss Me I’m Brazilian, the purple You’re Such a Budapest, and the blue No Room for The Blues.
So how to make an advanced stamping easy. Well.
- First, paint your nails white and don’t apply your top coat yet ! In fact, you can apply any color of your choice, I went for white because it’s what I needed :D
- Press your stamper across the stamping plate to pick up the design. Then, color it, on the stamper !
- Let your design dry 30sec to one minute. While the design’s drying you can apply the top coat to your nails.
- When the top coat is dry to the touch, stamp your design onto your nail by pressing firmly the stamper on your nail.
- Finish with a top coat.
I made a short video to show you how I proceeded step by step :)
And now back to the pictures ! :)
As you can see I added a matte top coat because I liked it better that way :) And just to add some fun to the pictures, I recreated my nail art on paper and used it as a background :D
Voilà :) I hope you’ll like this nail-art !
Have you ever tried this technique ? I used to create some kind of decals by adding top coat to the stamper, peeling it from the stamper and then applying it to the nail. And it wasn’t as easy as stamping it directly to the nail ! I don’t know why I didn’t think of stamping it this way sooner!
Thanks for reading ! ❤❤
✑ OPI Nail Polish
✑ Winstonia stamping plate, W201 – Available on Winstonia‘s eshop