Saturday, July 26, 2014

Subtle Glam - Zoya Godiva with Stamping


Though I'm not usually much of a stamper, I often find myself eager to stamp over my textured manicures. The stamping seems to adhere better, it creates a really cool effect, and I get to continue to enjoy the texture that I love. In this manicure, I used stamping to add a subtle refresh to a nude textured polish.


I started with two coats of Zoya Godiva. After wearing it for a day or so (and ensuring it was completely dry), I added some full nail twinkle stamping using Nailz Craze plate NC02. I also tried out the MoYou US white stamping polish and stamper, which I received samples of at Cosmoprof. The stamper proved to be a vast improvement over the old Konad stamper that I had been using, so that made the experience a lot more pleasant.

This manicure feels like an Oscars red carpet dress to me. I'm thinkin' J.Lo, yeah?
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10 comments

  1. That twinkling stamping looks almost 3D here which is cool!

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  2. omg the twinkling stamp is perfect for this polish. It fits so well!! I love it!

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  3. Added sparkle, literaly :) I like the twinkling effect, it is superb and almost expected there.

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  4. LOL at first I thought you photoshopped the twinkles, so great idea for stamping over sparkly texture!!

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  5. Gorgeous! I like very much MoYou stamping plates :)

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  6. this is one of the most elegant nails I've seen!

    Arianne | http://ariannecruz07.blogspot.com

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  7. Nude colors don't usually appeal to me but with the stamping I think your nails look very elegant!

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  8. LittleMonsterx14July 29, 2014 at 4:32 AM

    this is so beautiful!

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  9. Nicely done! I love how it makes the base polish look like it has been sparkles.

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  10. Cuuute :D! Now you have actual sparkles ;).

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