These days your 'gram is filled with pictures of nails of all kinds, lines, geometry, flowers, plants, words...but the question really is: How do I get these designs on my OWN nails?! This is the question of the day! If you're new to nail stamping or need a refresher because you've been away from nail stamping for too long, here is your beginners guide.
A few months ago Alison T. from the Facebook Maniology Community shared a new topcoat trick we'd never seen before that helps to avoid smudging your creative manicures. After we posted a blog about her discovery we received so much interest and comments from other members. We reached out and asked if she could share a short 28 second video of her awesome nail hack. Thanks again Alison T. for sharing your cool topcoat video, we love it! You’ve saved lots of manicures in our stamping community! Have you tried this anti-smudging technique? Share your experience in the comments below.
Stampers are the life force for any one who stamps! Plain and simple. Stampers are made to withstand continuous pressing and cleaning about 100x over. If cared for and handled properly, stamper heads can last far longer. Because there are a wide range of stampers on the market for the sake of simplicity we'll narrow down this post to discuss the care of silicone stampers. Silicone stampers, which are probably the most commonly made stampers on the market come in a range of soft, squish, marshmellowy or clear. As a general reminder for using any silicone stamper, it is recommended...
Can't get your clear stamper to pick up a clean design? Sometimes, nail stamping takes a little bit of practice, but once you've got it down, you'll have amazing manicures for life. Follow this short list of simple Do's & Don'ts featuring our Ice Cube Stamper to get started on your creative journey.