Classique: Pardon My French (m052) French Tip Manicure Nail Plate
WHAT IS NAIL STAMPING?
Free-handing a french manicure can be a pain in the a**, but Pardon My French (m052) makes classy manicures easy AF. This stamping plate features a variety of french tip designs, basic shapes, and a convenient gradient block designed to fit nearly any nail.
Give your nails a modern twist with accented shapes. Use the gradient full-nail pattern to create beautiful fades without wasting sponges. Mix and match your french tip designs with a variety of stamping polishes to add your creative touch. The possibilities are endless.
For longer nails, line up the bottom curve of a french design with the natural curve of skin beneath your nail bed. Next, paint the rest of your nail tip with the same polish color.
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- TIMELESS CLASSIQUE: This plate features a variety of french tip designs and shapes to fit nearly any nail.
- ENDLESS CREATIVITY: The nail art possibilities are endless with just one nail stamping plate and your favorite polishes!
- EASY AF: Stamping is simple! Just scrape, stamp, and swoon your way to a beautiful new manicure.
- BIGGER IS BETTER: This XL stamping plate (4.75x2.4in) features a huge variety of images for you to create with.
- GET INSPIRED: Check out our Nail Academy or join us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube for tips, tricks, and inspiration.
"5 simple steps" for nail stamping
Paint a generous amount of stamping polish onto a design.
Scape off excess polish with the edge of a scraper card, holding it at a 45 degree angle.
Quickly, roll the stamper head onto the design.
Transfer the stamp onto your nail, using a smooth rolling motion.
Finish with a layer of Smudge Free Top Coat
I have been recently using this plate religiously because it makes applying all sorts of colors in nice even quick dry layers......and reduces wait time for applying polish as well as makes using design plates quicker. One note i do have: if you have this plate i suggest using a gift card to scrape the excess off. The maniology scraper while i love it for detail plates is too thin to use with the full-coverage part. It bends and will sometimes create holes in the polish. If you cut a gift card on the diagonal you get two scrapers that are more ergonomical to use.
Easiest French Nails Ever
Pair this with a stamping polish and protective peel, and get ready for perfect french tips!
Takes time to get the hang of But once you do it's a breeze
You said it is a good product to have, and I agree, the results are amazing, and I'm happy.
Great once you figure it out
This came in my first order of stamping plates, and because the etched areas are big, it was more challenging at first as a beginner. I practiced on swatch stick nails until I got the hang of it. My tips: -Use a stiff card and put the long edge flat against the plate and scrape at a very low angle above the plate -Scrape parallel to the long side of the design, so scrape side ro side on the plate not from top to bottom (assuming you have the plate so the text label is at the bottom) -roll the stamper across the top instead of pushing down. If you push down you squish all the polish in the center away. Use as little pressure as possible. Now that I've figured it out, I LOVE this plate and use it for all kinds of things! This picture uses the Grey Joy and Shibori stamping polished too.
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