Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer We Saw the Stars Collection Stamping and Watermarbling Nail Art

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer's We Saw the Stars Collection has several creme polishes that were designed to also stamp and water marble - and they do just that! I tried out a few looks to test them and have the manis to show you today.
*sent by the maker for photography and review*
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer We Saw the Stars Collection Stamping and Watermarbling Nail Art
First up is some stamping using The Sirens' a Callin as the base and Kiss Your Cheek and Goodnight as the stamping shade. I used the Creative Shop stamper and Born Pretty Store plate BPL-029. The stamping shade picked up very easily and evenly and was perhaps a little muted over the dark base, but still strong enough to be a success.

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Kiss Your Cheek and Goodnight stamped over The Sirens' a Callin

Next, I tried Won't Sleep Again over Broke Away from the Atmosphere with an image from MoYou London Suki Collection - 04  and the MoYou London Crystal Clear Stamper. Again, the polish picked up very nicely, even with a clear jelly stamper. Any flaws in my image were from not scraping hard enough, not because of the products.
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Won't Sleep Again stamped over Broke Away from the Atmosphere
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Won't Sleep Again stamped over Broke Away from the Atmosphere
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Won't Sleep Again stamped over Broke Away from the Atmosphere

Finally, I tried a single nail water marble using Won't Sleep Again and Kiss Your Cheek and Goodnight over Set Me on Fire in the Evening. The polishes formed a nice petal though I dragged it a bit with my top coat.
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Won't Sleep Again and Kiss Your Cheek and Goodnight water marbled over Set Me on Fire in the Evening
Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer Won't Sleep Again and Kiss Your Cheek and Goodnight water marbled over Set Me on Fire in the Evening 

I am not by any means a skilled or experienced nail artist, but I would say these work well for stamping and watermarbling for an intermediate skill set. I always love it when cremes do double, or even triple duty! These polishes are available for pre-order until April 3 at 11:59 EDT. Do you tend to look for multiple uses when you buy cremes?

*sent by the maker for photography and review.*

Blue-Eyed Girl Lacquer is made in Georgia by blogger Julie. 

The brand can be purchased at: www.blueeyedgirllacquer.bigcartel.com

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