Harunouta, Stamping Plate 春の歌 L005
Today I want to show you a reggae inspired nail art, and also to review a new stamping plate I got from Nurbesten.de: Harunouta 春の歌 L005 (*).
This plate’s designs remind the designs you obtain with the water marble technique. I have tried many times to do a decent water marble, but I have always horribly failed, so I am quite happy that now I can hack a water marble with a stamping plate! 😉
This plate costs 5.39 and it is available on Nurbesten.de: Born Pretty 12.5*6.5cm Rechteck Nagel Schablonen Stamping Platte Kreis L005. As always, with the code EABL10 you can get a 10% off discount on your orders!
This nail art took me some more time than usual. First, I painted one coat of white nail polish and I used a peel-off base to protect my cuticles. Then I used a make up sponge and 4 neon nail polishes to do the gradient effect. White nail polish is always a good idea when using neon colours, because this kind of nail polishes isn’t very opaque.
I removed the peel-off base from the cuticles and then I applied one coat of glitter top coat. Then I stamped the stars and completed my manicure with a clear glossy top coat. The design transferred pretty well from the plate, but I had to be careful while scraping away the nail polish in order to get a neat stamping (I got some imperfections on my ring finger nail).
Here you can read the full list of the products I used for this manicure. It’s a pretty long list!
- White nail polish: Mi-Ny, Glam Lacquer n. 1, Miss Marylin (review)
- Peel-off base: Mi-Ny, Peel-Off Base Coat (review)
- Make up sponge
- Neon nail polishes: Bershka, Nail Colour Set, Nail Matt Neon (review) // deBBY, colorPLAY FLUO n. 5, Green
- Glitter top coat: China Glaze, Nail Lacquer n. 552, Golden Enchantment
- Stamping plate: Harunouta 春の歌 L005
- Stamper: MoYou London, Crystal Clear Stamper
- Scraper: Born Pretty Store
- Stamping polish: Ya Qin An, Black Stamping Polish (review)
- Top coat: Seche Vite, Dry Fast Top Coat
So, do you like this mani? It’s a little bit different from the ones I usually do, but I like it, also because it made me come out from my “comfort zone”! 😛
(*) press sample