Today I will be sharing the second half of the manis I've done with It Girl Nail Art IG112 Plate. As I mentioned in the first half blog post this is probably my favorite plate from It Girl Nail Art that I've received - the images are simply adorable! All the images picked up well - I do recommend using a squishy/sticky stamper for the fine line images instead of a clear stamper.
Now let's get to the manis!
First up is a manis with leopard print (RAWR!) and I wanted a pink base (girly RAWR!). What better way to pair a pink base than with green (they contrast each other nicely). I used the It Girl Nail Art Emerald stamping polish that is very sparkly and looks amazing! Base is My Darling Curious (MDC) Peony Petals stamped with a Clear Jelly Stamper and topped with a shiny top coat.
Next is one of my favorite images - nail polish bottles! This image is absolutely adorable! I expect to be using it a lot. Base is a prototype from Drip Drop Nail Paint stamped with Jenna Hipp Rose Tart and a Clear Jelly Stamper all topped with a shiny top coat.
I love how this next mani turned out. The confetti celebration image reminded me of New Years so I started with a black base of Yoga Pants from Drip Drop Nail Paint and topped it with Heather's Hues Holo There. I stamped using M Polish Bells of Ireland, Apple Blossom and Starflower as well as my trusty Clear Jelly Stamper. I also topped it all with a shiny top coat.
Shiny Top Coat: Gem Glam Top Coat - Dream Polish
Latex Barrier: Gem Block Liquid Latex - Dream Polish
Loves: My favorite images are the nail polish bottles and the wine glasses! :) Two of my favorite things. Overall this has to be my favorite plate from it Girl Nail Art - the images are so adorable! I already received the new plates she released that I ordered and I can't wait to use those!! I do love the polishes - they have so much sparkle in them. I also loved that these images picked up easily with my stamper too!
Wishes: I wish it was easier to clean up sparkles. Since the stamping polishes are so sparkle filled, they can be a bit of a pain when cleaning the stamping plate (I'm lazy). You may need a bit more muscle to really get those little sparkles out.
What image is your favorite? I will have videos of all these manis up on my YouTube Channel, be sure to check them out!
Kristi aka BeginNails