Nail Stamper with Removable Soft Silicone Head
You can use nail stampers for all sorts of pretty creations!
Choose between silver or blue-ish/teal - comes with 2 randomly selected stamp plates. Removable silicone head.
We will be adding nail plates in the very near future so keep checking back!
New to using a nail stamper? Here’s some info:
They can help with using water slide nail decals, french manicures, marble nails, with stamping plates and much more!
I think that youtube will be the best way to learn so that you can visually see it in action. Below are a couple links I found helpful:
Different ways to use a nail stamper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZOWmWbVkt4
Stamping 101: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91HYYTZRXmk
If you search on youtube - how to use a nail stamper you may find other tutorials you like better. Below is also an attempt to describe how to use the nail stamper with the nails design plates.
How to use a nail stamper with nail plates:
1) Coat the design with polish. Select your desired pattern from the stamping plates. Paint over the design with polish. It is best to use a highly pigmented, thicker polish for this. A good rule of them is to use a polish that will cover the nail with one coat and not be sheer.
2) Scrape off the excess polish. Hold the scraper at a 45 degree angle to the stamping plates. Firmly and switfly scrape the excess polish away, until you can clearly see the design. Wipe the scraper on a paper towel to remove all the nail polish. If it did not scrape away all of the excess polish the first time, scrape the stamping plate again.
3) Use the stamper to pick up the polish. Pick up your stamper and roll it over the design on the plate, starting from one side of the stamper and rolling it to the other side. You should be able to clearly see the design on the surface of the stamper. Most of the polish should have been picked up from the stamping plate.
4) Roll the stamper over the nail. With the polish covering the surface of the stamper in the chosen design, roll the stamper over the nail, moving from one side to the other. Press down firmly but not so firmly that the design gets smudged. Lift the stamper away from the nail and ensure that the design has imprinted on the nail. If not, you may need to try again or start over by removing all the polish with nail polish remover and a cotton ball.
5) Coat the nail with a clear topcoat. When you have finished stamping the design on your nail, wait a minute or two for the polish to set and harden a bit. Coat the polish with a clear top coat to protect the design and to make the nail polish last longer. A top coat will ensure that the nail stays somewhat protected from daily wear and tear.