Hello! My name is Tanya and I am nail blogger from Russia. Nail art is my passion and one of the biggest hobbies in my life. I love stamping because this technique allows to create nail designs and implement your ideas even if you don’t know how to draw.
Creating own stamping plate is no less fascinating. Thinking out this plate I tried to be focused on what surrounds me and inspires. I love nature, textures, and all this is reflected in the selected pictures. Here you can see marble and plants, stars and flowers, expressive lines and lovely words.
These designs are suitable for such techniques as reverse and leadlight stamping. In addition, images can be combined with each other to create nail art in the technique of layered stamping!
This plate is created with love, and I hope that it will make you happy!
Pro Tip: Pick up a bottle of Mani Defender for easy cleanup! You'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
What you need:
1) Nail Polish – we recommend you use a nail polish that is opaque and has a strong pigmentation. Avoid dry fast polishes. For best results use stamping polishes.
2) Stamper and scraper
3) Lina Nail Art Supplies Stamping Plate. Remove the transparent protective film before use.
Before you start:
1. Make sure you remove the protective transparent plastic film from the front of the plates before use.
2. Clean the plate with a cotton ball with 100% pure acetone to remove the possible glue of the plastic film and let it dry.
ONLY USE 100% ACETONE TO CLEAN THE PLATE.
How to stamp:
1. Make sure that your nail is completely oil free before applying stamping nail polish.
2. Apply a base coat.
3. Make sure the base coat is completely dry before you stamp.
4. Apply the nail polish on the selected design of the image plate.
5. Use the scraper to remove the excess nail polish, making sure you are holding it at a 45 ° angle. Do not press very hard in the process as this will cause too much of the nail varnish to be scr