The basecolor is another Dance Legend polish, this time it's one from the Enamel Gel Effect 2 collection, and it's color #1035. I used 3 thin coats for my swatches, but if you apply a bit thicker coats, it'll cover in 2. Smooth application, no streaks or anything like that, and it dries oh so glossy! My swatches are without top coat even... it's a perfect, old rose color ♥
Dance Legend #1035.
I decided to test the DL Binary top coat a bit more, I know it works well on glitters and textures, but how does it deal with nail art? The answer is, it has no problem with that either! See my indexfinger, those barely visible little streaks in the stamping? That's the result of not letting the brush float enough. But I think that's normal, this would've happened with other top coats as well, and can be prevented by using enough top coat and floating the brush. Besides, I can be really picky, but I didn't notice it until I saw this picture, haha! Add the glossy finish and quick drying time, and yes, that leaves me quite impressed! But I'll show the actual top coat in a post soon :)
Dance Legend #1035 with China Glaze 2030 and MASH plate 43, China Glaze Joy and DRK XL Designer plate 1.
The MASH image worked great as base stamping I think! It's not so visible here, but it's a circle pattern, you can see the plate here as well. And you can buy the Dance Legend polish on their website, and in various webshops.
What do you think of this double stamped mani, is it something you'd like to see more often, or do you prefer single stamping? Hope you'll have a great weekend, take care :)
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