Saturday, September 9, 2017

Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 and Stamping Polishes Swatches and Review

When I first started stamping it was a struggle, but let me say I have more than made peace with this nail art technique and indeed have tons of fun with it! Today I will be reviewing and showing you some manis I did with Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 and three Born Pretty Store Stamping Polishes. Let's go!
*stamping plate provided by maker for photography and review, all other products purchased*
Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #2 Silver and #3 Black

Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 is a rectangular plate with a variety of abstract geometric patterns. I love these kind of plates since the designs are clean and graphic looking. This plate was fairly shallowly etched, so I recommend using it with true stamping polishes for best results. I had no issues at all with Born Pretty Store's own stamping polishes.
Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060
Let's have a look at the stamping polishes I used. These all work in one coat as regular polishes, too, and I love the metallic look the silver and gold ones have that way. They do have a fairly strong scent that fades after drying. It reminds me a bit of modeling paint or marker.

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #1 Gold is a metallic gold.
 Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #1 Gold

 Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #1 Gold

 Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #1 Gold

 Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #1 Gold

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #2 Silver is a silver metallic polish.
Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #2 Silver

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #2 Silver

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #2 Silver

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #2 Silver

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #3 Black. This one had some lumps of pigment in it and was not as smooth to use as a regular polish. This did not affect its stamping however, which was superb.
Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #3 Black

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #3 Black

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #3 Black

Born Pretty Store Stamping Polish #3 Black
My first mani with Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 used #1 Gold as the base with reverse stamping using #3 Black and #2 Silver to fill in the gems. Look how clean the black stamped!
Born Pretty Store tamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #1 Gold, #2 Silver, and #3 Black

Born Pretty Store tamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #1 Gold, #2 Silver, and #3 Black

Born Pretty Store tamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #1 Gold, #2 Silver, and #3 Black

Next I used #2 Silver as a base, with random dry brush strokes of #3 Black and stamping with #1 Gold for an abstract look.
Born Pretty Store tamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #1 Gold, #2 Silver, and #3 Black

Born Pretty Store tamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #1 Gold, #2 Silver, and #3 Black

Born Pretty Store tamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #1 Gold, #2 Silver, and #3 Black

Finally, I used the fish-scale pattern stamped in #2 Silver over a base layer of #3 Black
Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #2 Silver and #3 Black

Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #2 Silver and #3 Black
Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060 with Stamping Polishes #2 Silver and #3 Black
Overall, I liked what I was able to do with Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate BP-L060. It was not a terribly deeply etched plate, but used with true stamping polishes it was fine. I was also thrilled with how well the Born Pretty Store Stamping Polishes performed. I created all these manis with a clear jelly stamper and they picked up perfectly on the first try. You can get any full priced item for 10% off using my code code ASZX31How do you like these looks?

*stamping plate provided by maker for photography and review, all other products purchased*

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