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.
Lovely mani, that base colour is stunning! The rose image is from the 2014 CYO collection originally, plate BM-616. It’s great they release them in XL sizes as well, those original images are on the short side.
I am now a big lover of a gel base for nail vinyls, I love not having to worry about ending up with an unplanned negative space mani!
This is such a pretty manicure!