Thursday, 28 April 2016

Moyou Nails Review

Square Stamping Plate 424


Hello my lovelies, hope Thursday is being good for you. I'm still waiting on nail mail and getting impatient lol. But today I'm back with some more reviews for Moyou Nails new Square Stamping Plates. Like my previous Square Plate reviews I have done 3 different mani's all using Moyou Nails Polishes. So the first plate is 424, described as a plate with a variety of beautiful typography designs making it a perfect choice for someone who loves reading and writing.
Nice size images that are all well etched, and stamp nicely.
On both paper and Moyou Nails rectangle stamper.
And just look at the Clear Jelly Stamper!
Onto my 3 mani's,  after painting my nails white I sponged on these colours to make an antique look, and stamped the sqiggly writing image in black, I added a matte topcoat for a relistic look.


Next up again over a white base I did a gradient stamp with the bottom right cloud like image. I originally was going to stamp with black, but you will see with my final mani why I used these beautiful neon colours.

Love this, but added a holo topcoat just to see.
Lastly for my final look, I stamped again in black with the top mixed number design, so doing a double stamped mani.

Overall this is a beautiful plate that can be used in a variety of different ways. Use my 20% discount code below, click the picture to go to Moyou Nails website. 

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Thank you for stopping by and I'll be back soon with the next plate.
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18 comments:

  1. I really love the colors you sponged with for the antique look!

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    1. Thank you, they are gorgeous for using as regular polish as well as stamping x

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  2. I want to be you when I grow up! LOL

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    1. Ha ha, that made me smile. Thank you do much hun ♡♡

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  3. All cute, but the antiqued look is my favorite. :)

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  4. I love the sponged antique look with the writing! It's perfect!

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  5. I love what you did with these - there are some unique images on these plates.

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  6. Those are beautiful, that plate has such a nice mix of images!

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  7. What a super pretty interesting plate. I loved the 1st manicure with the writing!

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  8. Thank you for showing how each of the images stamp, that is so helpful in choosing stamping plates! As always, love your art :)

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    1. Thank you, think it's nice to show all the images as it makes sense to share x

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  9. Great review! The antique look you did is gorgeous!

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