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Nail Art Stamping: First Time!

Hello lovelies!

This early morning, I picked up a package at the post office from kkcenterhk containing this Nail Art Stamping Tools. Keeping my fingers crossed while I'm on my way there hoping they're still open (since it's Holy Week). I was lucky enough that they're half day today yey! So glad I decided to drop by in the morning! I have never used this nail tool so you can tell that I was pretty much excited to give this a shot!

Lemme show you how was my first time trying this out.

So here's what I got inside the package...

N.NAIL Scraper And Stamp Set [JR1055] 
N.NAIL Stamping Image Stamp Template Plate SPPMB42
The nail art tools on their packages

Based on my experience...

Other things that I needed are as follows:

*nail polish remover
*cotton pads/balls for cleaning the plate
*tweezers to pick up the cotton pads with nail polish remover (aka acetone)
*cotton buds for cleaning the scraper and the excess marks of paint on the stamp precisely
* sturdy and flat table
*extra paper for sample stamping (in my case LOL)
*an opaque & easy drying nail polish of choice

Here's how:

1. Do not forget to remove the plastic on the stamp plate!
(You might not notice that there's plastic over it since it's not very obvious BUT it's really important to remove it otherwise you'll not be able to use the nail stamping plate well.

2. Make sure that every time you use the plate, it's dry. Paint over the design of choice.

3. Scrape the excess polish gently preferably with an acute angle (based on my experience).
Make sure to scrape with the correct side of scraper facing you.

4.Stamp on the design.

5. Now stamp it on your nail. 
Try to work fast before your nail polish gets dry on the process!
Clean the plate every after each stamp, which is why you needed the nail polish remover and cotton pads and tweezers.

 As mentioned above, I just got this early in the morning of the same day that I'm making this post.
Hence, this are my initial thoughts and techniques used.
 If  in any case that I will be able to find an easier way to use this stamping method then I'll definitely update you. :)

Here are the images from 
N.NAIL Stamping Image Stamp Template Plate SPPMB42

After trying all the images available on the plate,
 I decided to have this nail art for the mean time.
Please excuse the mistakes as I am no professional on this.

Will try to do more deigns and practice more on this nail art stamping tool.

Overall, I am so happy with my first Nail Art Stamping experience!

Where to purchase? KKCENTERHK
More Nail Image Stamp Template Plates available.

What do you guys think?
I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Thank you so much for reading my review!

Here's the result of my next day practice...

It's good to have clean and beautiful face, hand and body 
but it's always better to maintain the purity of our soul.

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FTC:  This was sent to me free for possible review.  
However, all opinions are my own. I am not being paid for this review or brand feature.


  1. Ah, I remember when I first got my stamping kit! I loved it! I need more new plates though... Someday I'll invest in the HUGE one! Love the mani sis :)

    1. Thanks sis! What's the stamping kit that you are using? Is it the one from Konad?

  2. Stamping Kits cost way more than they did today! Im glad they can be bought for a really affordable price :) Before, only salons have them and you'll have to go there just to have nail arts. Whew. Nice designs you got there! :)) Cheers!

    1. Yup2! With this, I can save some penny and just paint my nails myself. I'd consider paying salon's services if I need nail art printing instead of stamping or I just can't simply do it using a nail art brush. Thanks Kai! You still haven't disabled your right-click yet?

  3. I can't believe it turned out nice on you! Im really having a hard time using my nail stamp. Everything just ends up so messy :(

    1. Aw, what's the plate that you used? and the nail polish? Sorry to hear that dear...

  4. It's a set, there are 5 nail polish and 5 plates. I tried it again last night, still failed. What nail polish did u use?


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