Clear Stamper Collection - Clear Dual Ended Stamper w/ Pink Tinted Handle
Our Clear Stamper just got a cute and punky upgrade! We tinted the stamper's handle pink adding some much-needed color, but not taking away for the light needed to shine through the handle to make this stamper work. This set still has 2 clear stamper heads that will help you create some of the cleanest nail stamping manicures you have ever done. The clear silicone stamping heads come in 2 sizes: 0.9 inches and 1.1 inches in diameter. Stamper comes with 1 scraper card.
*TAKE SPECIAL CARE*: These stamper heads take a lot of love to create, make sure to continue that love with these helpful care tips: 1) Do not prime the clear head. Sanding will cause haziness. 2) Use a lint roller or scotch tap to remove polish from stamping heads. Using 100% acetone and other nail polish removers may cause the stamper to look cloudy. 3) Do not over squeeze or pinch the stamping heads too hard, it may cause the heads to tear. 4) The handle is made with acrylic and will become hazy if comes in contact with acetone.
- ITS PINK! Thats right, we took our crowd favorite dual head glass stamper & added a pink tint to it!
- STILL VERY SEE THROUGH. Only the handle is tinted pink. Both stamping heads are still crystal clear.
- NO PRIMING NEEDED! Do Not Buff or Scuff the surface with a nail file. This will cause cloudiness.
- BEST PRACTICE FOR CLEANING, using a tape-like lint roller or office tape. DO NOT USE 100% ACETONE.
- BONUS GIFT! We are throwing in a thin credit card style scrapper card, cause who doesn’t need more.
"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
Stamps well but the lid doesn’t stay on
The lid/cover for the large end of the stamper doesn’t like to stay on. It kept falling off and causing a mess when I was using the small end.
Keep Away from Acetone
It's nice and works well. You can remove the tips on either end so you can see where you're stamping, which is nice. The tips themselves are very soft and squishy. I've only used a lint roller to remove polish from the tips, and they've held up well. (first stamper I've had a few years) I do wish the plastics of all their stampers weren't so easily ruined by acetone, because I'm clumsy.. so even though I've never directly put acetone on any of them, I've accidentally spilt and/or touched them too many times.. I accidentally touched part of my first one with a bit of acetone and it immediately got cloudy. It's only aesthetic, so it still functions, but the cap of my cube stamper got warped because it was sitting here I accidentally spilled a little, so the cap doesn't stay on properly anymore :( So this is my second time buying this an a few other tools.
It's nice and works well. You can remove the tips on either end so you can see where you're stamping, which is nice. The tips themselves are very soft and squishy. I wish the plastics of all their stampers weren't so easily ruined by acetone. I accidentally touched the tube part of my first one with a bit of acetone on my finger and it immediately got cloudy and warped. So this is my second time buying this.
I love this one it's so easy to use .
This is my new favorite stamper and scraper. The shape gives me a better hold on the stamper so I get much cleaner pick ups.
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