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Pink Micro Leopard Print Nail Art

I can finally say I feel totally confident now with nail stamping and this was all due to watching tons of nail stamping videos and trials to find polishes within my own stash that worked well as stamping polishes. One of the main tips I picked up was that the polish needs to be a thicker viscosity. Another tip is that if it is opaque in one coat it maybe perfect for stamping since after all the images for stamps are just thin layers of polish. So here's my first big success with stamping :)


Nail Technique:
1. Apply two coats of your bright pink polish; I used a Suzy hot pink. Allow to dry fully.
2. Using Winstonia plate #101 and a thick black polish like Nabi Black, apply your black polish to your plate image. Scrap off the excess and them stamp with your stamper. Apply directly to your nail in a rolling motion. 
3. Break up the plate by applying to only certain areas of your nail only and then outline with black acrylic paint. 
4. Seal in with your favorite top coat.


Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo
 


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