• Louise Michelle

INK NAIL ART | Summer nailart using Pueen stamping products and Halo Dye Blossom Inks

Updated: Jun 27, 2020

Hi guys ♥️

Sharing this floral ink nailart with you today. This design was created with the help of PUEEN nail stamping products and Halo Dye Blossom Inks. Hope you enjoy this one.

I used:

1. UNT Peel Off Base Coat

2. White nail polish

3. PUEEN stamping plate Secret Garden 01, Chunky Transparent Soft Stamper and black stamping polish 805 'Black Jack'

4. Emily De Molly 'All the Feelings' topper

5. Halo Dye Blossom polish inks from Rosalind

6. 'Water Tight' waterbased smear free topcoat - A must have top coat for when you are working with foils, pigments and it's a great non-smear top coat to apply over your stamping! You can use my code (exclusive to my followers!) URBAN10 to get 10% off when you purchase this top coat from www. hitthebottlepolishes.com.au

7. Pueen Cosmetics latex tape liquid peel off & cuticle guard

Basic step by step instructions:

  1. Apply your base coat. Let it dry completely.

  2. Apply your base colour, I used white nail polish for this design.

  3. Top coat your base colour with a nail polish topper of your choice followed by a fast drying top coat. Let this dry completely before moving to ink application.

  4. While your nails are drying, protect your cuticles with a coat of a liquid latex.

  5. Once the base is completely dry, start applying inks to your nails overlapping them a bit, creating watercolour type effect. (Halo Dye Blossom inks work beautifully over regular nail polish as long as it is completely dry. I know the inks work a bit better over gel polishes and lots of people apply matte top coat over regular polish and believe it makes inks work better that way. You could always try this trick if you have troubles with your inks over regular polishes.)

  6. Once happy with the ink/watercolour effect, optionally you can apply a fast drying top coat.

  7. Choose an image on a stamping plate. Apply black stamping polish onto the chosen image and use a scraper angled at approximately 45 degrees to remove any excess polish off of the image and pick it up with your stamper.

  8. With a rolling motion, apply the image onto your nail.

  9. After cleaning around your nails, seal your design by applying a layer of your top coat. I recommend using a waterbased top coat that won't smear your inks and the stamped image.

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