Stamping, how does it work?

Transposed to the world of manicure, stamping is a stamp that allows you to make perfect nail art! In this blog, your expert nail supplier Maryton will explain everything to you.

Which nail art stamping models to choose?

A priori, stamping limits your creativity to the patterns present on the stamping disc. That said, even with a single disc containing a handful of designs, you can create dozens of different manicures.

First you can stamp the same design on all the nails. Another option: use the same pattern but only place it on one or two nails to twist a monochrome manicure.

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Creativity is also in the colors chosen: the same pattern can be used and reused over and over again in hundreds of different varnish colors. You can even prepare the stamping with several colors. Several shades are applied to the same pattern for an even more artistic rendering.

The tutorial for a perfect stamping manicure

We start by applying the nail polish which will serve as a base: the color, white, black or even transparent is up to you! Once the varnish is dry, we move on to stamping. To do this, simply apply varnish generously to a pattern on the disc and remove the excess with the palette.

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We gently place the stamp on the pattern, from right to left to be sure that the entire design is printed. It remains to press the stamp on the nail, again from right to left. Finally, don’t forget to apply a small layer of top coat varnish!

Now that you have all the information to achieve a mismatched manicure, all you have to do is get started! In addition to these, I advise you to invest in a complete manicure supply! To help you in your choice, I invite you to visit our website.

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