Friday, 28 July 2017

Nail Stamping Review - Enjoyours Review

Hey everyone! I'm here with a new mani and a review on the items that I used to create it.

I received some items from the EnjoyOurs company to review, and as stated here, all opinions are my own. If you pop over to their website and something takes your fancy, you can use the code "CDA10" to get 10% off on your purchase.

RIGHT. So... onto the naaails!

The Butter Adventures Review BC-07
This is the plate BC-07 from their lace collection series. I looked it up on their website and here's the link to this plate, just click on the 07 option. It currently costs $2.19.

The engraved images on the plate are exactly the same as the image shown on the website. This plate has a bit of a modern-lace feel to it with the smaller images like the three crowns. I don't know what the palm trees are doing on a lace plate but I live five minutes away from the beach so the palm trees are always welcome! 😆

The Butter Adventures Review BC-07

 So after removing the plastic from the plate and sitting down to do my nails...I wanted to play up on the 'modern vibe' of the lace so I put on this corally-red base. It's the go-to shade for me when I have no idea what to do because this shade always looks good with everything in my closet.

I also picked up my one-coater gold polish to go with the red. I assumed that because it was a one-coater that it would stamp really well.....(spoiler alert, it didn't). And of course can't stamp without a scraper and a stamper so I got those too. Put everything together and you've got yourself a pretty flat-lay. (Yay, I'm picking up on the blogging things xD)

(And for those interested in the background image, its some water colour brush calligraphy I did a while ago)

Okay back to nails! I thought  that that gold polish would stamp perfectly. I thought WRONG. It stamped so sheer I couldn't even capture the image when I picked it up on my clear stamper. Sad. So I tried twice. Just in case it was a fault with the image. It wasn't. So I switched to my trusty L.A. Colors Black polish and used that. As you can see, it stamped great. The image picked up flawlessly and I absolutely love this rose print! Its just that quintessential lace print for me.

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 The image below is the completed mani. I used five images in total from the plate to make this mani. You can't see two out of those five images because that gold refused to stamp with a respectable amount of pigment. But I can see the gold peeking through (on the index and middle fingers) and I think that adds a little bit of its like the plate is serving its purpose LOL, making my nails look a lot more attractive in lace.

The Butter Adventures Review BC-07

Overall, I think its a really nice plate. Its something I would definitely get given my love for all things Victorian. Also, I think you would really like this plate if you liked matching your nails to your outfits! It's summer and lace is always trending! So its a win-win.

Now that the nails are done, I would like to talk about the actual parcel delivery service. It took about a month and a half for this parcel to get to me. But SHIPPING IS FREE. This is something that is so necessary for me! I live in Pakistan so getting anything shipped to me costs around $30-40. That is a scary amount and I know it's the same rate for a lot of countries so I literally do a mini happy-dance when I see the words "free shipping" on any website.

Before this one was shipped out, one of my parcels had been lost in the mail and the lovely Sherry at EnjoyOurs was kind enough to resend this parcel to me.So I just know that their customer service will be just as lovely!

Again. I'm leaving you guys a code for 10% off. Give the website a go! They've got a great variety of things on there so there's something for everyone! I have my eye on a phone accessory that's a phone stand in the shape of two hands! How CUTE!!

The Butter Adventures Review BC-07

Happy shopping guys! I hope you all enjoyed my review! There's another one in the works!

Take care,

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