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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

MoYou Nails Spring Stamp Designs

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Hello lovelies!  Keeping this short and to the point today - been battling really bad allergies the past few days so everything is a bit fuzzy at the moment.

A few weeks ago I received some Spring-themed plates and a few polishes from MoYou Nails:




I decided to do three different nail designs that would showcase the versatility of the polishes.  The first design I did was a Jelly Stampwich:






I used "Amy," "Jessica," "Kristy," "Kass," and "Tammy" from Creative Cuticles Nail Polish for the jellies and stamped using my MoYou stamp and scraper and white polish.  I chose images from plates 12203209 and 102 and stamped in three layers, leaving the top stamp layer white.  I love how this mani turned out - it's so Springy with the images, but it's a hint of summer with the neon jelly colors!

The second design I created is a gradient with a stamped image over it.





I used MoYou light blue and Orange You Glad nail polishes for the gradient background.  I then stamped with an image from plate 124 using Lilac nail polish color.  I was definitely going for more of a summer mani with this design, specifically for all my friends who are still dealing with frigid weather and snow :)

The last mani design I did is my favorite of the three - it is a combination of a water marble and stamping.








This design was created specifically to see if these polishes that already stamp well, would also water marble - and I am pleased to say they do!  Now the patterns may not be the best - I'm still very much a noob to the water marble technique, but the polishes spread out nicely on the water and were very easy to work with.  On a plain white base (I have found with naked nail, the water marble is very thin and see-through, so you really want to put a solid color base coat first), I used LilacLight BlueMaleficence, and Orange You Glad colors on their own with White for the water marble design on each nail.  I then stamped images from plates 12203102, and 209 using the same polish colors over the water marbling.  With a matte topcoat to finish, the result reminds me of porcelain ^_^  Porcelain reminds me of all the tea parties I used to have as a little girl in the Springtime :)

Overall I have to say I am impressed with the versatility of the polish by MoYou Nails!  I figured, after using the white polish I received in the kit I purchased at ISSELB2015, the other polishes would stamp just as well, and I was correct.  I had no issues with images picking up and transferring - all the little nooks and crannies in each design showed up.  Water marbling was just out of curiosity, and I think it's awesome that they work well for that, too!  I now have found a brand that wears well on its own, stamps perfectly, and also water marbles.  Win, win, win! :D

With regards to the plates, I love how much detail is in the images, especially the butterflies!  I love even more that nothing is lost in the image transfer process - really makes the mani look fantastic!  I am incredibly pleased with these products and can't wait to order some more to play with for Summer!

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What do you think of these designs?  Which one is your favorite?  Have you tried this brand and these products before?

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Products provided by MoYou Nails for review.  My opinions remain 100% honest.


15 comments:

  1. Great review, lovely colour polishes and pretty stamping with the plates. Such nice images on them

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  2. Nice review, I love your jelly stampwich!

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  3. Very nice review, my favorite is the stamping over the Watermarble!

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  4. Wow, the stamp over watermarble turned out perfect.

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  5. Nice detailed review. Loved all the designs right from jelly stamping to watermarbling. They all look so good.

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  6. Awesome review! All the manis are gorgeous but the stamping over watermarble is something else! Loved this post :D

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  7. I live that last design. So gorgeous!

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  8. Lovely review! Your last mani is my fave!

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  9. Jelly stampwich!!! That's the term I should be using!! The last pic makes me think of the Cadbury Chocolate Easter eggs!! So pretty!!

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  10. great review! I really like the blue-orange gradient with the stamping.

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  11. Super cute designs and excellent review!!!

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  12. I love the stamping over that background. Gorgeous!

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