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Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Thermal Colour Changing Stamping - Superficially Colorful Lacquer Giggly

Hi everyone! 

Today I have a really cool mani to show you. I'm sure you already know how much I love Superficially Colorful Lacquer's thermal polishes (if you don't, you can check out some of my posts on them here). So you can possibly imagine how thrilled I was to realise that I could STAMP with them!! 

They are so pigmented that they stamp really well. Here is Giggly (pink-purple thermal) stamped over a white base (Essie Blanc). 

Superficially Colorful Lacquer - Giggly - Stamped over a white base

Because the layer of polish when stamping is thin, the colours come out as a softer more pastel version of themselves. As you can see, Giggly stamps in a beautiful pale purple which warms up to a soft pink. The colour changing quality of the polish is unaffected and remains obvious, much to my delight. The shimmer is also still noticeable. 

Superficially Colorful Lacquer - Giggly - Stamped over a white base

In my experience stamping with these so far, they seem to work better with finer more intricate designs rather than images which have large blocks of colour. I'm not sure why, the images just seem to transfer better. 

I love how this manicure turned out and will definitely be trying the rest of my Superficially Colorful thermals as stamping polishes!

What do you think of this manicure? 

Superficially Colorful thermal polishes are available for purchase from the Superficially Colorful site. You can like Superficially Colorful Lacquer on Facebook to keep up with releases, info and sneak peeks!

4 comments:

  1. OMG that looks so pretty, i love how it stamps, its a cool way to use the polish to, Thank you for taking the time to do this Blog post.

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  2. I love how delicate this looks! Very pretty.

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  3. OHHHH! I can't believe I missed this post! *runs off to stamp with Meditative* thank you for trying and sharing!

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