NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate
NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate
NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate
NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate
NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate
NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate
NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate

NAIL STAMPER SET - Double ended Stamper with Plate

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Nail Stamp DIY - Nail Art

- Comes with 2 x Design plates 
- 6 Styles to choose from 

How to Use Nail Stamps

  1. Appliance: First off start with your base color. You can do any base you want, just make sure it is dry before you move onto the next step. Apply two sets of your top coat. This will speed up the process.
  2. Place the Plate: Take your stamp plate and apply your chosen nail polish all over it. With a help of the scraper, immediately scrape over the nail polish since you need to remove the excess. If you do it right you will notice that the wet polish has filled the grooves of your design and that your plates surface is clean.
  3. Lift it: In order to successfully lift the image from your stamping plate take the stamper and roll it across your design. Make sure you do it in only one smooth movement. Practice makes everything perfect, so it is completely normal if you don’t get it perfect after your first try. Use firm movements, but don’t apply too much of pressure since the nail polish will groove and end up looking messy. Also, make sure you don’t lift up or move the stamper.
  4. Position it: Take your stamper and position it over your nail so that the design is just where you want it to be. Use one firm and smooth movement and press the stamp on the nail. Make sure you are working quick but steady when pressing the design down since you don’t want your polish to dry. Apply your design by moving the stamper to the left and right across the nail. After you are done make sure that your stamper is clean and that it doesn’t have any dried nail polish. Wipe it with a clean paper towel and then move onto the next nail.
  5. Top Coat: After you are done with all of your nails use a top coat. Make sure your masterpiece is already dried down so that you can apply your final layer. Only one coat will do, just make sure you don’t ruin your design.