Level Up (m016) - Nail Stamping Plate
Don't rage quit on your nail art! Our Level Up (m016) nail stamping plate will give your manicure an extra life. Boost your nail stamping XP with pixelated hearts, mushrooms, and potions for a retro gaming mani, or test your luck with a set of polyhedral dice. This plate features a selection of full nail, accent, and buffet-style designs for an endless amount of creative possibilities. As with all our nail stamping plates, we use laser-engraved stainless steel, so you'll receive the highest quality and most intricate results.
- PRESS START: Begin your epic nail art journey with this gaming themed plate!
- CHOOSE YOUR PLAYER: Mix and match your favorite designs to express the fan gamer in you!
- EASY MODE: Stamping doesn't have to be for high level nail artists! Just scrape, stamp, and swoon!
- HIGH SCORE: The nail art possibilities are infinite with our XL sized nail plates.
- EXTRA LIVES: Our premium quality stainless steel plates guarantee precision & quality results.
"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
- video games
first time attempting reverse stamping and I just love the result! The plate is gorgeous!
I am new to stamping, but this is the stamping plate of my college dreams. Between the PlayStation symbols and the circuit boards - I could not have asked for better designs. The hollow symbols made it super easy to reverse stamp with polish colors I already had on hand and everything came out amazing!
Life, Love and Circuits
My sister in law loved the circuit board and binary designs. I stamped Splash B432, a Metallic blue from last month's Mani and Me box, over a Black base and finished with a glossy top coat. My photography lighting aside, it turned out awesome!
A Geeky Stamping Plate With Weird Dice
I used the circuit board pattern for my first time stamping and I think, baring some mistakes on my end, it turned out really well. Sadly the dice seem to all be in different orientations and as mentioned in a previous review, the D4 has a 6 and 8 on it which is pretty silly for a 4 sided die. I'm also confused as to why the D20 is on 2 instead of 1 or 20, honestly, it should have both. The constant meme is how people often play the rule of cool and do funny things for a critical fail or success. As an avid DnD fan and occasional DM, I wanted some good dice patterns, but sadly these aren't it. The binary also didn't turn up anything intelligible in a translator which I just think is a missed opportunity.
I'm brand new to nail stamping, and I'm already in love. I remember seeing a photo of binary nails when I was a kid and never knew how the artwork was done. Years later, a few Google searches, some YouTube tutorials, and an affordable stamping plate, and they are finally all mine!
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