*This item was sent to me to review but as always will contain my full and honest opinion.
Allo polish Pals!
How are you today? Today I will be out visiting some of Mr Bravo's friends, I'm happy about this as they are such a nice couple. Its good to get out! Today I am showing you a stamping plate from The Born Pretty Store. I fell in love with the plate when I saw it, I was thinking of all the colour combinations to put with these patterns!...This is plate is BP-21.
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The BP-21 plate comes with four beautiful designs. Two line based designs, a delicate pattern and one with a large circular pattern. I think this plate has great potential with those who love a good gradient manicure as the patterns will pop out beautifully. I enjoyed using this plate from the Born PrettyStore, just like their other plates I have reviewed the patterns are well etched into their plate which means getting a perfect image onto your stamper is really easier – at least I find this much easier then other brands of plates. I look forward to trying these patterns in so many more colour and glitter combinations in the future!
My preferred method of stamping is by making decals just so I can ensure I get the entire pattern to fit on nicely (without worrying about missing parts) I tried both the angular line pattern and the circular pattern and I was pleased with the out come for both. I could have cleaned up better... that's something I didn't see until I edited the pictures.
For my circular manicure I began with two coats of my white polish and created a gradient using HD Nails '#3', Yes Love's '007', Catrice's '(S)wimbledon' and Model's Own 'Luis Lemon'. I then stamped the pattern with a white polish and once my decals where dry I applied them on top of my gradient.
What do you think of this stamping plate? Would you pair these patterns with a gradient?
Have a great Sunday!