Quick Holographic Flower Nails

Things have been unexpectedly busy here, so in order to keep my nails done, I had to go for some easy stamping. Nothing is better than combining holographic polish with a full pattern design when you’re in a hurry to create something pretty, so that’s exactly what I did here.

I began by painting all my nails with 2 coats of Wake Me Up from Superchic Lacquer. This highly pigmented polish is a dark magenta holographic color and is almost fully opaque in just one coat.

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My plate of choice for this manicure was BP-L078 from Born Pretty. Any one of these designs would have suited my purpose, but I went with the 4th design from the left in the bottom row.

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The stamping was done with Rosebuddy, a light holographic pink also from Superchic Lacquer. This polish works wonderfully for stamping, although it dries on the stamper very quickly which is not always a good thing because it will resist transferring to your nails if you wait too long.

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Because of the polish’s quick dry time, I used Seche Vite top coat without hesitation in order to get a nice, glossy finish. The more completely your polish is dried prior to your final top coat application, the less of a chance there will be that the design will smudge.

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Not bad for a quick stamping mani! Happy polishing!

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