September 1, 2012

Nail Art: Stamping with Color Club Revvvolution

When I get bored of a nail color, I typically throw a flakie or other glitter polish on top to prolong wear/ entertain me for another day.  This time I thought I'd brush up on my stamping since I am abysmally bad at it.

I apologize in advance for my cuticles.  They are a work in progress.

I did three nails with a pattern from Bundle Monster plate BM-204.  Don't really know what you'd call that pattern, but I like it!  I used Color Club- Revvvolution to stamp, and it didn't turn out opaque, as you can see.  Bummer.

I did my index nail too, but misaligned the design so badly that I removed it, and instead did two accent fingers with 1 coat of Revlon- Popular (previously known as starry pink).

If you use a fast-dry top coat (I used Poshe) in between your base nail color and the stamping design, it's easy to fix if you mess up: just swipe with remover, and your base color should remain unaffected.

I think I still have a ways to go to master stamping.

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1 comment:

  1. Stamping is tough!! I've tried it only twice so far and I'm terrible at it. I definitely need a lot of practice. Yours looks great here!