Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Nicole Diary

Square Stamping Plates

So it's full steam ahead here, hello to you all, grab a drink, sit back and I hope you enjoy this post on 2 square stamping plates from Nicole Diary. These plates came in a set of 12.
These are the two I used today.
ND 110 has 6 full nail geometrical images in a nice size. For my first mani I wanted to try something I've seen done with gel polish and chrome pigment, but with regular polish. So I painted my black base colour, added my tacky top coat then stamped with black polish. Gently applied a rose gold chrome, dusted off excess, to reveal the pigment had just stuck to the tacky layer.
You can check out my quick video tutorial on my Instagram. I know I could have just applied the chrome and then stamped, but I was curious this technique would work.
Next up over a white base, I stamped these gradient triangles. This plate is so versatile, with some very pretty designs.

ND 114 is full of singular images, that remind me of under the sea plant life. Again another pretty and versatile plate.
For this mani I used a very pale lemon polish and stamped various parts of this plate in a dusky pink polish, then finished with a matte top coat.

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14 comments:

  1. I'm loving these plates and your stamping, especially the red. Looks awesome!

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  2. I love your chrome powder stamping! It’s beautiful!!

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    1. Thank you, was unsure it would work with regular polish x

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  3. Wow Nicole diary is really making a comeback. I have these plates from a long time ago!

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    1. Yes they seemed to go quite for a bit, but have some gorgeous items x

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  4. Powder stamping + geometric? Yes please!

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  5. Your rainbow stamping is so cute!

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  6. That first plate is super busy, I don't know how I'd use it. The second plate is really nice.

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