Thursday, April 12, 2012

KKCenterHK N.Nail Stamping Review

Hello readers.  Hope you're having a great week so far.  Mine's been pretty good, ready for the weekend though.  :)

Today I have a review to share.  I was sent 2 plates and a scraper and stamp set to review by KKCenterHK.com.  
 

They came in a padded envelope and were each individually contained in these little zip lock bags. 


The plates both had a clear protective cover, it is VERY important to take this off.  ;)  


The first design was done using Plate B69, which can find HERE on their website.  


Polishes used were China Glaze Sweet Hook and NYX Between Mauve and Purple.


This second design was done using Plate M34, and you can find it HERE.  


Polishes used were LA Colors Silver and Wet and Wild Black Creme. 


I am very impressed with the quality of these plates.  They were easy to use, I had no problem with application.  That also had a lot to do with the stamper too, which you can find HERE.  It picked up the whole image every time.  The only negative thing I have to say is about the scraper.  It didn't do a very clean scrape at all.  It left a lot of polish and I wasn't able to use it to get a clean image.  The plates and stamper were perfect though. 
 

KKCenterHK gave me a coupon code to share with my lovely followers.   
Enter "amberdidit" to receive 10% off of your purchase.  



4 comments:

  1. These look really good! My favorite is the purple!

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  2. love it!
    my favorite is the silver and black!

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  3. When i tried to use regular polish it wouldnt transfer right.. what could i be doing wrong??

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    1. Some regular polishes work better than others, it's pretty much a trial and error process when it comes to that. Sometimes it also has to do with them just drying too fast. If I'm anywhere near a fan or any type of direct air flow it doesn't work for me at all. Also, the more pigmented it is, the better. My favorite black is pure ice black rage, and my favorite white is NYC French tip white. Most metallics are good too. As far as other colors go, like I said, trial and error. Hope that helps :)

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