Welcome back lovelies, I hope you all had a really nice relaxing weekend. I had my usual Sunday roast dinner at my nans and a good laugh with my family. The MacBook Pro I recently purchased has been nothing but trouble. so having to send it back for a refund, really gutted as I fell in love with it so fast. So for today's post, I have another gorgeous stamping plate from Whats Up Nails, so let's take a closer look.
This gorgeous plate is so perfect for Summer, you are spoilt for choice in the different fruit mani's you can create. A great plate for all those hot Summer days, and if you're like me and you're trying to eat healthy having beautiful fruit on your nails is a great reminder ;).
First up I decided to use those beautiful neon polishes from Models Own to create these scrumptious strawberries. To colour in the images I used Mitty Burns detail brush Peachy #000, this is a fantastic little brush for advanced nail stamping.
The beautiful Impassable Yellow from Models Own was the perfect polish to use for these luscious lemons. They stamped beautifully and images came out lovely and crisp.
I couldn't resist the kiwi image so I paired it with Painted Polish GaGa for Greenery and Heroine Sublime. I have a full swatch and review of the Heroine brand coming up shortly. The polishes were
the perfect combo to turn my nails into cute kiwi's.
Then for the final mani I just had to use that gorgeous Watermelon image, I mean who wouldn't love some holographic watermelons sounds perfect to me. I used Painted Polish Haute Parisian Nights for the pink base and then GaGa for Greenery for the tips. For the stamping, I used Esmaltes Da Kelly Bruce and Mundo De Unas Black. All of the stamping was done with the Clear Jelly Stamper Big Bling.
This beautiful plate is fantastic for both long and short nails and you could come up with loads of colour combinations too. The plate measures 6.5cm by 12.5cm and the full-size images are 1.5cm by 2cm so great for longer nails. The pick up was fantastic and the etching is nice and deep so all of those tiny details are transferred to the nail.
I am really impressed with the Whats Up Nails stamping plates, they are lovely to work with and have some really nice images. You can pick these up from the Whats Up Nails Store or their UK stockist Nail Artisan. Each plate is priced at £6.35, so a fairly reasonable price. I will leave links to the Whats Up Nails store and their social media down below so you can go check them out.
Would love to know your thoughts on this plate? As always hope you're having a lovely day and I will chat to all you wonderful people again soon.