Mini Skulls


Stamping plates are so much fun and you can get some amazing detail! I got this halloween stamping plate last year and it has been amazing. The hardest part about stamping is finding a good polish. I need to try some stamping polishes and I have my eyes on Twinkled T's! I'm so excited to post some of my new designs that have tutorials because I feel like people have been asking me for a while to post. I have been working hard and practicing filming and I've finally been able to get it to where I like it! To see the tutorial for this design, check out my Youtube channel or Instagram!

Continue reading to see how I made this design!


For this design, I used a latex free makeup sponge, ejiubas Halloween stamping plate, a stamper, and the following polish

Teal: Color Club "Road Trip"

Light blue: Color Club "Evolution"

White: Sally Hansen "White on Time"

And of course my current favorite quick dry top coat “Marvel Liquid Macro Top Coat" by SuperChic Lacquer.

How to:

I first started with a layer of Color Club "Evolution" followed by a layer of quick dry top coat. Next, I took the makeup sponge and painted and outer circle with Color Club "Road Trip" and Color Club "Evolution" in the center. I lightly dabbed and repeated this step three time. I sealed it in with a layer of quick dry top coat.

Using the stamping plate and Sally Hansen "White on Time," I painted over the skulls and swiped away the excess polish. I quickly picked up the the skulls with the stamper. Using tape, I removed the pieces I didn't want that the stamper picked up. I pressed the stamper on the nail. I repeated this step until my nail was filled how I liked it. I lastly, applied a layer of quick dry top coat.


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