Wednesday, June 4, 2014

MoYou London Suki Special Edition Nail Art Collection Stamping Plate #06: Review and Swatches

Disclaimer: The product was provided for review.
Hey y'all, today I am back with another fabulous stamping plate from MoYou London. The Suki Collection features a great range of traditional Japanese/Asian art inspired stamping designs and the manicure I did today used plate #06. To see more pictures and read more about the stamping plate, click......

The MoYou London Suki Special Edition Nail Art Collection Stamping Plate #06 (£4.99 or $9.05 CAD) features 12 XL stamping images of Japanese themed folk art designs.
Like all MoYou London Plates I have tried, the designs all provide very nice and clean images, given that you use a polish suitable for stamping.
The packaging design is uncomparable. The stamping plate is mounted on a plastic white backing which conceals the sharp edges of the stamping, making it easier to handle and preventing it from scratching your work surface. The plate also comes with a protective sleeve with the image of "Suki" on the front.
Using the wave design, I did a dragon scales (inspiration here) manicure. I used "Just Spotted a Lizard" from OPI as a base and sponged on a little bit of "Deviantly Daring" from China Glaze. Then I used "Hassid" from American Apparel to stamp on the wave design which coincidentally looked a lot like dragon scales.
Overall, another amazing plate from MoYou, there is a really good variety of flowery designs and more graphic, structured patterns.

MoYou London stamping plates are available online. Have fun looking through all their stamping plate collections!

Do you see the dragon scale resemblance from this mani? Let me know in the comments below, I would love to hear what you think!