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Multicoloured Paisley Flow

I’ve called this manicure a multicoloured paisley flow because it uses a stamping plate from Bundle Monster’s most recent collection, the Paisley Flow collection.

Paisley Flow is a collection of ten square, buffet-style plates that carry on from where the Shangri-La collection left off.

It has some brilliant open images, which are great for colouring in as reverse decals. The set currently costs $14.99, or you can buy individual plates for $2.49.

Multicoloured Paisley Flow using benecos nail polishes
Multicoloured Paisley Flow using benecos nail polishes

I used benecos Oh Lala! as a base, then stamped using BM-S116, which is called Shattered Tranquility.

I stamped with the new Bundle Monster Glass Stamper, a clear stamper with a clear holder. It is absolutely my new favourite clear stamper. I love how well the clear stamper heads seem to pick up and this one is better than the other two that I have. (I have the original Clear Jelly Stamper and a Moyra one). It currently costs $7.99 and comes with a spare head and a scraper too.

Bundle Monster Glass Stamper - image courtesy of and copyright to Bundle Monster
Bundle Monster Glass Stamper – image courtesy of and copyright to Bundle Monster

I filled the image while it was on the stamper with the other benecos polishes I have: Ice Ice, Baby! (pale blue), Peach Sorbet (peach) and French Lavender (dusky purple). I left some gaps for the pink of Oh Lala! to show through.

Multicoloured Paisley Flow using benecos nail polishes
Multicoloured Paisley Flow using benecos nail polishes

I didn’t do the best job ever. Admittedly, it looks fab from a distance, but it doesn’t stand up too well to close scrutiny. I didn’t leave it quite long enough to dry and the image is a little warped, especially on my middle finger. I know lots of people leave their reverse stamping decals to dry for a while, then peel them off and place on the nail. My favourite way to do it is to stamp them straight from the stamper, and often I am a little too impatient to get the job done, as I was in this case.

Bundle Monster Paisley Flow stamping plates - image courtesy of and copyright to Bundle Monster
Bundle Monster Paisley Flow stamping plates – image courtesy of and copyright to Bundle Monster

I adore this new collection of plates, and love how the four benecos polishes go together too. I wore this for a little while like this, then mattified it – which looked even better.

 

 

For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Base colour: two coats of benecos Oh Lala!
  • Stamping polish: Essence Stamp Me! Black
  • Stamping plate: Bundle Monster BM-S116 (Shattered Tranquility)
  • Polishes: benecos Oh Lala!, benecos Ice Ice, Baby!, benecos Peach Sorbet, benecos French Lavender
  • Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri


All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.The Bundle Monster and benecos products referred to in this post were sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.

 

 

 

Comments

Sharon M
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I think you did a fabulous job! Perhaps if you compare to the plate you can see some small differences but just looking at your nails it looks PERFECT! I’d love to see a tutorial on working on the stamper…probably some on youtube…have to check. Thank you!

Lisa N.
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Some gorgeous nails these are! The stamping is perfection.

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