You already saw the one-coat wonder that is Cuticula's SPrinkle for October...but are you ready for stamping? And of course, I had to go Halloweeny with it. 'Tis the season, yall.
I love a good rosy neutral, we all know that. And when you add an opaque formula, holo, and stamping quality without the stink then it is a definite winner. I knew I had to do something fun and holiday themed with this one...but thanksgiving is for chumps. And turkeys.
Cuticula Spiced Gingerbread
Pretty Serious Love Bites
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WhatsUp Nails B023
I used two different stampers for this manicure. On my ring, I used my regular marshmallow sticky stamper. It got...weird. The details are less obvious, and without topcoat the stamping was actually matte. You can tell by the pictures below that something is different. I switched over to the clear jelly stamper, which is not my favorite usually because I can't get that bitch to pick up reliably, and it worked like I wanted. I got a glossy, plush stamp result and it was holo even without the topcoat.
Tl;dr I recommend a clear jelly stamper for this polish. You'll get the best result if you're mediocre at stamping like I am.
My favorite part about holo stamping polishes is the flaming rainbow. But we are solidly in the "Indian Summer" portion of the year here which means it is either 400000 degrees or its 50 and overcast. A camera flash will have to suffice.
You can grab this on Friday at 10am. If you like Halloweeny manicures, you definitely need this. It is a nice break from the typical orange we get this time of year without being too outside the norm. Also holo and shimmer and sparkle and pumpkins.
Gorgeous holo and love the mani :-DReplyDelete