How I achieved this look
First I started by applying my base coat. On the thumb, middle and pinky fingers I applied 2 coats of China Glaze Petal to the Metal. On the index and ring finger I applied 2 coats of China Glaze White on White. Let the polish dry before stamping. Typically by the time I get all of my nails polished, they are dry enough to stamp.
I chose the images from the MoYou Pro Plate 10 and Pro Plate 14. Working quickly, I covered about half of the image with the Konad black stamping polish and used an old credit card to scrape the image at about a 45 degree angle. Then pick up the image with your stamper and roll it on to your nail. Any image that remains on the stamper can be removed with a lint roller or sticky tape. I clean up any of the design that gets on my skin with a clean up brush or cotton swabs and polish remover. I applied Seche Vite top coat to the 2 nails with the images to prevent smudging/smearing before applying OPI matte top coat to all of my nails. Even if the images are dry, the matte top coats seem to smudge/smear the designs and applying a regular top coat first prevents that. I do use cuticle oil after I’m done. If any oil gets on the nails, I just clean it off with rubbing alcohol to keep the nails matte.
Products I used
- Base Coat: Seche Vite
- China Glaze: White on White
- China Glaze: Petal to the Metal
- Konad: Black
- Top Coat: OPI Matte Top Coat
- MoYou: Pro Plate 10 & Pro Plate 14
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