Fan Stamping Decals with Essie Fall For Japanese Collection

In Cheeky, Essie, Stamping, Stamping Decals, ÜberChic by Jacki3 Comments

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Good morning, readers! I hope all of my US readers had a great holiday weekend! Today, I have a fun stamping decal mani to share with you that I created using the Essie Fall For Japanese Collection! I have swatches of the collection to share this week, so keep an eye out for those! For this look, I used my ÜberChic ÜberMat to create stamping decals and filled in the fan design with the collection colors. Let’s take a look.
Fan Nail Art with Essie Fall for Japanese Collection 2016 2

  • I began with two coats of Essie Now and Zen on my nails and let those dry.
  • Once they were drying, I made my decals. I first painted a clear coat onto the fingernail sections of my ÜberMat and let dry.
  • Then, I stamped the fan design from Cheeky CH37 onto the clear with Essie Kimono-Over. This dark purple was opaque enough for stamping and I was excited about that!
  • I used a small dotting tool and the rest of the Essie Fall For Japanese Collection to fill in the fan designs: Go Go Geisha, Maki Me Happy, Playing Koi, and Udon Know Me.
  • Once the decals were dry, I peeled them up carefully from the mat, flipped them over to see the completed design, and applied them to my nails. The nails got a coat of top coat and I pressed the decals onto them while the top coat was still tacky.
  • After removing the excess decal from the sides and tips of the nails, I painted a coat of KBShimmer Clearly on Top to seal in the decals and add shine.

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What do you think of this look? I’m really happy with how these turned out and cannot wait to show you the full swatch post of this collection.

*The polishes in this post were sent for me to review with my honest opinion.

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