Stamping Saturday-Flowers Over Glitter

Hey There Polished People!

How are you all doing? I was a big ol’ party pooper last week and skipped #stampingsaturday so this week I was determined to participate even though I’m not a big fan of my nails today. Let’s just see em and move on- 

Stamped Floral Nails

These nails are SC Petal Be The Day over NUP French White and then stamped with a Bundle Monster Secret Garden plate with Konad  Black. 

There’s kinda a lot going on here. For one, I don’t even know why manufacturers make glitter toppers in a tinted base. Is it just to suggest what they want you to layer it over? I knew this polish was going to be sheer so I tried layering it over white. Well, as you can tell, that was a mistake. It never got purple, so instead my base is just kind of a confusing off-white. Is it super light lavender? It is white with bad color adjustment? Anyway it’s not good. I think if I layered this polish over a purple, which is clearly the only way to go, it would be really pretty, but as it is- yuck. The stamp is kinda pretty though so at least there’s that. I’m really liking my Bundle Monster Secret Garden plates. 

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4 thoughts on “Stamping Saturday-Flowers Over Glitter

  1. Aw, man! That’s a bummer. That glitter looks like it’d be a cool milky glitter…nope! They should’ve just put it in a clear base! Womp, womp.

    • Yeah exactly. Why even put it in this slightly colored base? I guess I’ll have to try it over a purple base before I get rid of it but seriously… It was so annoying.

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