Testing out Incense Burner!

As I said in my Rossetti's Goddess post, the whole collection works for stamping! But Incense Burner was the polish that I had most doubts about, since it was a bit sheer on the first coat and really needed that 2nd coat for full coverage. And yes, it's a little sheer for stamping, but with the right undies and image, it's no problem!

Dance Legend #1035 with A England Incense Burner and Messy Mansion MM46



This was a nice test for the Messy Mansion plate as well (this one's included in my full review of 4 MM plates), such fine lines can be a bit problematic and often involve a lot of platecleaning in between. But not with these MM plates, I started with my pinky and worked towards my indexfinger, and as the latter shows, that's when I should've cleaned the plate. But still, that's 3 perfect transfers including all those little lines, without cleaning the plate in between! I'm impressed :)

If you look at the color difference between my middlefinger and ringfinger, you can probably tell that Incense Burner is a bit sheer for stamping. But my nails are tiny compared to these photos, so none would notice that irl! And yes, once again I used this Dance Legend as base, I simply love that polish :D In short, happy with the plate, happy with these polishes!

Dance Legend #1035 with A England Incense Burner and Messy Mansion MM46

Dance Legend #1035 with A England Incense Burner and Messy Mansion MM46.

Dance Legend #1035 with A England Incense Burner and Messy Mansion MM46

Thanks for looking and have a wonderful day! ♥