Sep 29, 2017

Nail Art │ My signature style Stamping over gradient using Born Pretty Store stamping polish [26GNAI]


Hello, sweeties! Happy Friday!
Today is the very LAST appointment for the "26 Great Nail art Ideas Challenge", I'm very proud to have finished this challenge, for which I created 25 different manicures, but at the same time I am sad that it's finished and I'm looking forward to the next amazing challenge my mates will organize. This last challenge consists in showing you my "Signature Style". I take this occasion to review the latest item I got from Born Pretty Store. This is a wonderful black 15ml Born Pretty Stamping Polish Black #03.


My signature Style: Stamping over Gradient






What is your signature style for nail art? For some people it can be an easy question, I personally found it a bit difficult. I enjoy a large variety of nail art techniques, but what is my "signature style"? I would say that it is definitely stamping, stamping stamping! I can't get enough of this technique,  moreover, I'd say the manicures I love the most are those that consist on stamping over a gradient of colours. So my signature style it is definitely "stamping over gradient". Here are some of  my manicures Stamping over gradient! You can check the blogposts and tutorials to learn more about each manicure by clicking on each picture.







And below you find the gradient I did for today's manicure, I tried to create a rainbow gradient with 4 colours.





If you're struggling to find nail polishes that stamp well and you're tired of trying out, I'd recommend youto try Born Pretty Store ones, they are affordable, stamp very well, available in different shades,  very good stamping quality and each bottle contains 15 ml (which is a lot more than the 9ml standard bottles)





For today's manicure above I first painted one coat of Essence The gel polish Wild white ways and wait for it to dry. Then I sponged a rainbow gradient using  OPI I believe in Manicures (light blue), OPI Can't Tame a wild thing (bright red), OPI I Just can't cope-a-cabana (bright yellow) and OPI Tomorrow never dies (Indigo). Once I was happy with my gradient I applied topcoat and waited until it was dry enough to stamp over it. I stamped geometric "op-art" patterns using Born Pretty Store Stamping polish  black and MoYou London Illusion collection #09 stamping plate. To finish the manicute I applied a glossy topcoat and that was it.




I like very much the final result and I'm very pleased with the stamping nail polish, it is definitely a must-have for me. The 15ml Born Pretty Stamping Polish Black #03 is in offer now for 3.99 USD (instead of 10.99USD) which is a great price for a 15 ml stamping polish!  Remember you can have 10% off of your purchase  by entering my code at checkout: DBL91

10%off for non discounted items


I hope you've liked this review and my manicure. Please, leave your feedback in the comments, it's always much appreciated! Also, do not forget to pay a visit to my challenge mates listed below.

Have a wonderful weekend,

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