Lost In Flowers
Thanks to Lucy’s Stash, we have beautiful images of simple floral stamped manicure over Zoya Thea Pixie Dust nail polish. Here, she had used white Essence stamping polish and a stamping plate with floral design. The plate is MoYou London Pro XL 06.
Like all nail arts we have here on the site, it is always advised to prep by cleaning and drying your nails before working on them. Apply a clear base coat to protect your nails and when it dries, paint two coats of the glitter nail polish and let them dry completely.
Tip #1: Cold temperature makes nails dry faster. Submerge your painted nails in a bowl of ice-cold water for at least 2 minutes.
Apply two coats of the white stamping polish over the stamping plate. Then dip the stamper to pick up the flower design and stamp into each nail.
Tip #2: For a crisp image, wipe the stamping image with a cotton swab dipped in pure acetone after every use to remove bits of stuck stamping polish.
When the stamping polish has dried out, lock the design in by applying several layers of top coat in each nails.
Stamping nail art materials mostly comes in kits but if you can’t find one that includes all the things you need, you always have the option to buy them individually. It might be a little bit expensive though!