Mani x Me February 2020: Luna (B327) - Creamy Gray Stamping Polish


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Luna (B237) is a creamy gray stamping polish reminiscent of the milky moonlight. Our highly pigmented nail stamping polish formula lets you capture even the tiniest details of your favorite designs. Stamp over your favorite base color or paint onto the entire nail for flawless full coverage.

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Use it first!

When I got this color, looking at the bottle and the polish frustrated me- it literally looked off white. After I applied it, I realized it does show up nicely as a light gray. (Plate for bee is M064) As always, their polish goes on smooth and dries quickly (please ignore my own mistakes!)

Maniology Mani x Me February 2020: Luna (B327) - Creamy Gray Stamping Polish Review
Eileen F.
United States United States
Pale Gray

This color is perfect if you don't want to use a brilliant white as a back ground. It is a very pale gray. I will definitely buy this color for stamping and as a background color for my stamping designs. Love it!

Maniology Mani x Me February 2020: Luna (B327) - Creamy Gray Stamping Polish Review
lisa b.
United States United States

I love this color

Melissa D.
United States United States
Soft, neutral grey

a lovely, soft grey. I'm looking forward to using it for stamping cat nails or clouds. I think it'll look nice as a base color for silver, too.

Melody S.
United States United States
Wonderful Stamping Polish

This stamps great and is so nicely pigmented and a really pretty gray/white, it was perfect for some galaxy stamped nails I did.

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