I made some experiments with my new MoYou London plates, this time I used one from the Suki collection. I am a big textured polish fan so, I was really curious how the stamping works on it. I made two mani's, one with the OPI Vesper at the base, this is a really interesting black - purple with black sand like glitters polish. It mostly just looks black, but in certain light conditions you can see the purple in it. I used it in two coats which provided a gorgeous deep shade. After drying I stamped it with the golden Revlon polish and I have chosen the classy looking pattern from the Suki Plate Collection 05.
The second manicure is made with two textured polishes at the base. I've started with P2 Strict - Sand style and used the sponge-ombre technique and added the deep purple Vesper. The subtle sparkle and the high contrast between the two colors is very eye-catching! It is very easy to make ombre manicures with textured formula polishes, you can not make any mistakes! For the finish I choose a spider web, flower (hard to describe) looking pattern from the Suki plate and added on half of it a white polish and on the other half a black polish from Konad.
As I already mentioned in my previous post I became addicted with the MoYou London plates. This time too the patterns transferred fully, the stamping experience was a lot of fun. My husband was standing beside me when I made the manis and he was totally speechless when he saw the patterns on my nails, and trust me he is the kind of person who always has a comment when it comes to my hobby :))
The plates can be purchased from the MoYou London site, just go and check it out you can choose from a multitude of designs and the new Easter collection is already out! You can find it here!
The products were sent to me by MoYou London and the review is based on my experience and were in no way influenced by anyone.