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Mar 6, 2015

[REVIEW] Bornprettystore stamping plate

Items provided for honest review. Nothing what so ever can change my personal opinion. 

Hello everyone! Today I have again the pleasure to review a couple of products of bornprettystore. They were so kind to send me the following items:



And because it would be too much to review everything in one single post I will start bit by bit and by the end of next week you'll be fully informed about all the product.

I was most curious about the stamping image plate. It's my second by Bornprettystore. You can find my first one here


This image plate comes with four whole nail patterns and 5 smaller images. The have item number 18782. All related to skulls and sort of punk design. As usual the image plate comes along with a blue protecting plastic layer. Easy to peal off.


The quality of the plate is very good. It didn't had any scratches and the patterns were deep enough to make a good and aswell acurate design. 

When you head over to their online store please feel free to use my coupon code at checkout. You get 10% off and it totally pays off. How doesn't want to save a little money?!


To show you how the different patterns from this image plate look I made you two different designs.


Keep clam it's Friday design


I wanted to make this design in a kind of British design, so with more or less colors of the flag.



Items used:

essence colour & go "199 wild white ways"
ANNY "142 woman in red"
LOOK by BIPA "15 deep sea"
Konad white stampy polish
NAILFUN red stampy polish
rhinestones


I painted my thumb red, my index finger blue, my middle finger white, my ring finger white and my pinkie again blue. This was the base for my inspiration. I like the "Keep calm it's Friday" pattern the most. It's totally cute and it reminded me of the British flag. With the white stamping polished I stamped the pattern on my index finger and with the red one the pattern on my middle finger. On the other three fingers I painted diagonal towards the tip to get this sort of frenchy design and added a rhinestone in the middle. 


I have to say I'm not 100% happy with it. I don't know why and I can't specify what exactly doesn't fit for me but I already have other creations with this pattern in my head which I will post shortly - just to compare because I thought that it's maybe because of the colors I chose or with the kind of french style nails. I like the stamped pattern a lot and I can't find a mistake in my two stamped fingers so my problem lies somewhere else. 


What do you think of those?




Time for design #2.


Violet marshmallow meets skulls


I like those little skulls pretty much but I didn't want to do it black and white, a bit more girly version so I went for a marshmallow kind of nude color and violet. It's actually chrome but after I added the top coat the chrome effect wasn't visible anymore.



Items used:

essence I <3 TRENDS "05 pure soul"
b.pretty "3 the big chrome theory"


I think this design doesn't need a lot of words. Basically all I did was painting my nails in this nude color and stamped the pattern with the b.pretty chrome polish on it. 






After taking those pictures I saw that the studs which I got aswell PERFECTLY fit to this design. So the review will be up by the end of the weekend because I won't be at home till Sunday but in case you want to know which studs they are, they are item #17230.








6 comments:

  1. Wow - sehr schöne Designs!
    Die Chrome Lacke von b.pretty hab ich auch - die sind der Wahnsinn! Hab ich schon brav weiterempfohlen und bis jetzt war jeder begeistert.

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    1. Ja die sind echt klasse. Von den anderen von b.pretty bin ich ja eigentlich nicht so der Fan aber die sind wirklich toll.

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  2. I love the stamping with the skulls! It's great that you picked soft colours for it and I love it in combination with those studs :)

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  3. Both of these are stunning! I really love how bright and colourful your first manicure is but the skull manicure is beautiful - such a lovely idea to go for delicate shades rather then black and white. Looks fabulous! :) xx

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