Harunouta, Stamping Plate 春の歌 L042
Today I have a new mani to show you: nothing better to start the week! I really love how it turned out and I’ll be looking at it for hours!
I did this mani with the reverse stamping technique, using a plate received from Born Pretty Store – Harunouta L042 (*) – that sadly has been definitely taken off the shelves, so it will not be available anymore.
I really love this plate and in my opinion this is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen, both for the elegance of the patterns and for their different sizes: there are bigger and smaller designs that make this plate perfect for every nail length! It’s really a pity that they decided not to keep this plate in stock anymore!
Anyway, I suggest you to visit the Stamping Plates section of the Born Pretty Store website: you will find tons of beautiful plates at good prices, and even some Orient inspired plates like this one. Here you can see the latest arrivals: Born Pretty Stamping Plates. Also, feel free to use the code DEGX31 at the checkout to get a 10% off discount on full priced items! 😉
Stamping and reverse stamping are my favourite nail art techniques: they are a bit difficult at first, but then they allow you to make wonderful and unique designs! Many of you asked me about this technique, therefore I’m thinking to write soon a post fully dedicated to nail stamping, providing all the necessary information!
To do the coloured designs I used the Born Pretty Store stamping mat in the way I showed you here: Review, Nail Art + Tutorial: Born Pretty Store Stamping Mat.
These are the products I used:
- Kinetics, Solar Gel KNP364, Bedouin Taxi (review)
- Ya Qin An, Black Stamping Polish (review)
- Essence, Colour Booster Base Coat
- Kinetics, Solar Gel KNP357, Arabic Blond (review)
- Kinetics, Solar Gel KNP358, Give Me Better Price (review)
- Kinetics, Solar Gel KNP362, Too Hot To Believe (review)
- L’Oréal, Corolle LacqueResist 809
- MoYou London, Crystal Clear Stamper and Scraper
- Seche Vite, Dry Fast Top Coat
I hope you enjoyed this mani! Let me know what do you think about a post with a mini stamping course! 😉
(*) press sample