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Matte: Simple matte black. The formulation is very good, two coats for opacity and dries super quickly!
Shiny: Silver metallic. Super opaque so it's perfect for stamping! I used it with MoYou London's Suki Plate #06 (review to come soon).
I tried to go for a graphic, maze-like, futuristic design. The metallic polish from Leather & Lace works so well as a stamping polish, it made the whole process super easy. For my ring finger I used a couple of square nail studs from Born Pretty Store to jazz up the look a bit.
Matte: Brick red matte. The formulation of this base, unfortunately, was quite sheer and required three coats. As result, it took long a long time to dry. It still worked out ok but the formulation was no where as good as the black for Leather & Lace.
Shiny: Pale metallic gold. Again, this "shiny" polish is just amazing for stamping, it allows the image to transfer almost perfectly, resulting in clean lines and complete designs.
I went for a Japanese floral design using the same MoYou London's Suki Plate #06.
Which design do you like better? Let me know in the comments below!