Though I am a bit ashamed about the base color I used, it’s from a tchibo Multi-Pack… 😀
But it is actually quite nice, a bit on the sheer side, but application and drying time were ok. It has a great metallic look, like brushed gold.
For the stamping I used one of KIKOs Mirror polishes again. Apart from “a piece of forever” (essence, twilight breaking dawn part 2) this is my favourite polish for gold stamping. It is more matte than APOF, and has less red/orange in it, which makes it look a bit colder.
And I joined the fast growing number of MoYou London-Fans. These plates are just amazing, and I love their squishy XL stamper (do you see how the stamping wraps around the tips – isn’t this awesome? ♥ ). A separate post praising them in detail will follow soon. 😉
Base coat: essie Nourish Me
Main color: tchibo no-name in gold (two coats)
Stamping: KIKO Mirror 628 Gold with MoYou London Time Traveller Plate – Back to the 70’s 02 (XL Images)
Top coat: Seche Vite