Gradient stamping

Hey all, I haven't stamped in some time now, but I was eager to try out the Kiko Mirror polishes, and I couldn't pick just 1 color out of the whole bunch! So I picked 3 instead, and went for gradient stamping. I applied 3 small stripes of polish on the image, and used my scraper twice over it, to create a nice gradient on the image. I cleaned the plate for each nail, and oh how I love the result! The stamping didn't go perfect though, I always need to get back into it a bit if I haven't stamped in a while, but this time I didn't care because I'm loving it so much. However, I did use a nail art brush to fix some flaws on the lines, but the jagged lines on my indexfinger, meh, too bad! Maybe stamping less often makes me less picky about the result or some, haha. Anyway, here's how it turned out! ♥


China Glaze Sweet Hook with Kiko 618 Orchid Pink, 620 Lavender, 621 Violet and Konad plate m69.


The brush I used to fix some lines came from a set of brushes (and one small dotting tool) which BornPrettyStore send me for review. I think this set offers a great variety in brushes, flat, angled, pointy, fan, long, you name it. All brushes except the fan brushes have protective plastic on the top, which comes off easily and can be reapplied. I think it's a nice set, and if you're not used to brushes (like me) and would like to try different ones, this set offers you plenty of choice.
To fix my stamping I used a medium long straight brush and dipped it in the polish that I scraped off the plate and onto my placemat, which worked nice :)


You can buy this set at BornPrettyStore for $5,96 and contains 15 pieces, with coupon code ABJ61 you'll get another 10% off.


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