Bundle Monster Voodoo Lounge with white floral stamping using BM-XL07
I am wearing another Bundle Monster gel polish today. This is my favourite from the Sands of Aruba collection, a light purple (or dark lilac) called Voodoo Lounge.
I painted three coats. I think I could have left it at two coats, but I could see a tiny bit of light coming through when I held my hands up to the light. It was probably down to my patchy application, but I added the third coat anyway.
I added some stamping using Bundle Monster BM-XL07 and a white Born Pretty Store stamping polish that I received free with a recent order of stamping plates. I’m loving the Bundle Monster XL plates; so many great images at the right size for my nails.
I do love stamping over gel. If you get it wrong, you can just remove it and re-stamp. I had to re-do my middle nail on this manicure.
This roses image is very pretty. I’m not sure I’ve noticed it before in my collection – and I have most of the Bundle Monster plates. I must look it up.
Here’s a couple of photos of Voodoo Lounge swatched on its own, before I added the stamping.
Some of the photos have come out lighter than the polish really is. The closest match is the one above, the plain swatch with my nails in a straight line.
This stamping plate is BM-XL07, the Green Thumb plate, and costs $3.99 (or you can buy it as part of a set of 10 plates for $29.99). The gel polish can be bought singly for $4.99 (or you can get the whole Sands of Aruba 6 bottle collection for $28.99).
- Colour: three coats of Bundle Monster Voodoo Lounge (gel)
- Gel top coat: W7 2 in 1 top coat / base coat (gel polish)
- Stamping polish: Born Pretty Store White Stamping Polish
- Stamping plate: Bundle Monster BM-XL07
- Final top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl
All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
Bundle Monster Voodoo Lounge and Bundle Monster BM-XL07 were sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.