Today I have new Powder Perfect stamping plates and nail art to show you.
I am excited to share the new Powder Perfect stamping plate and nail art using those plates to you! These five new plates are available now! Each Powder Perfect plate is 14.5 cm x 9.5 cm and comes with a protective blue coating. There are many images and the possibilities are endless!
POWDER PERFECT STAMPING PLATES AND NAIL ART
All of these plates are big! I love that they each have so many design options. My only concern is how little the full size images are. My nails are longer than normal at the moment and the images just barely covered my entire nail. I did make it work though and if your nails are shorter than mine you shouldn’t have any issues.
This plate has the perfect 80s designs. From Pacman, to off kilter geometric shapes, it has it all! Up first is a reverse stamping look using super bright neons from the All the Bright Moves by KBShimmer.
The second look is one that reminds me of the intro for Saved By The Bell. 🙂 I used four of the new Glisten & Glow Summer Camp Daze cremes as the bases and Pueen stamping polishes in Bright Yellow, Royal Blue, and Neon Pink.
This plate has amazing designs inspired by the Art Nouveau period with imagery drawn from wallpapers, architecture, and even doors! First is a flowery look using Powder Perfect “Turtledoves” as the base and Powder Perfect “Unpredictable” for the accent. I stamped over it in black.
FLORAL PLATE 01
I love the wide variety of floral on this plate. Powder Perfect included more unusual flowers like wisteria, jasmine, ferns, lilies, dahlias and more! The first design I did with this plate is a simple rose mani using Polished For Days “Karmaria” as the base. Then I used Powder Perfect Metallic Green stamping polish and Powder Perfect “Linger” for the roses.
This next look is girly and cute! I used Powder Perfect “If The Slipper Fits” as my base. For the reverse stamping I used Powder Perfect “Once Glorious” and “Princepessa.”
KINGS AND CASTLES
This plate features townscapes, castles, and amazing dragon scales. Everything you need for a medieval mani is on this plate. I love the swords image paired with “King Arthur” from the Powder Perfect Camelot Collection.
The next look I did with this plate was done using Powder Perfect “Florida” and black and white. I love how the coral pops!
This plate has many super cute animals and creatures that you would find in the US and Australia. There are also woodsy prints and mushrooms to round out the perfect woodland plate. For my first look I used three of the Sargent’s Vision holos from AEngland plus Powder Perfect “Library Dust” in a smooshy design. After I stamped the arrows on I added a matte top coat.
Finally, my very last look I am going to show you. I started this design by sponging on Powder Perfect “Recollection” and Glisten & Glow “Frosty Camel.” The orange holo in the design is Fair Maiden Polish “Roaming Fire.”
And of course I added a matte top coat.
I used a few different stampers with the Powder Perfect stamping plates and nail art designs. When I first started playing with these plates I had difficulty getting the images to pick up with clear stampers. After awhile and many trials and errors I did manage to get almost everyone of my clear stampers to work. I made sure to clean my plates off with acetone and not regular nail polish remover that leaves a residue.
Thanks for reading!