Splatters: Stamped Nail Art + Video Tutorial

Hello Lovelies! I have a really fun nail art design that I am excited to share with you today. It was created for Day 27 of the MoYou London 10K Challenge and the theme was “Colours”. This is the design my Mundo de Unas polishes were made to do! Here we go…
Main image for Splatters nail art design.

Basecoat and Topcoat: Nail Tek Foundation II and HK Girl
Base polish: Picture Polish Badass
Stamping plates: MoYou London Princess 09 & 13XL, Artist 01XL
Stamping polishes: Mundo de Unas (5) Turquoise, (11) Yellow, (15) Mexican Pink and (53) Geranium/Orange
Embellishments: Neon studs from Born Pretty store
Picture of nails polished with Badass, indoor lighting.
Indoors, artificial lighting
Picture of nails polished with Badass, sunlight.
Outside in direct sunlight
I started with two coats of my very first Picture Polish in Badass. It’s a grey/black holo with multicolored micro holo glitter that looked good inside with the glitter just visible, as shown in the first photo above. I decided to take it outside and WOW it just stood up and did it’s thing! Well done Sassy Shelly! The formula was perfect and fully opaque in two coats. I finished with a coat of HK Girl topcoat.
Image of complete Splatter design.
 I stamped my thumb and index finger using the splatter design on MoYou’s Princess 13 XL plate. My pinky was stamped with the smaller version of the same design found on Princess 09. I used an image from Artist 01 XL on my middle finger.
All of my fingers were stamped with four Mundo de Unas polishes: Turquoise, Yellow, Mexican Pink and Geranium. As you will see in this tutorial, I did not stamp the designs in white and paint over them with colored polish. Sylvia’s polishes are just amazing and eliminate the need to do that!
I got snap happy with this one…I just couldn’t stop taking pictures! One more, OK?

In one of my first blog posts I recommended Mundo de Unas stamping polishes and I still do, 110%. I rarely reach for anything else these days. What I wanted to tell you is that I mentioned the polish having an odor originally. I described it as a stronger version of the scent older nails polishes used to have before they became 3+ free. It didn’t bother me, but I know some people didn’t like it. Sylvia heard your concerns and she’s done something about it. The polishes that came in my recent order smell very different, I can’t quite explain the scent now but it is much milder and I have confirmed with her that she has added fragrance to the polishes. Have you tried these stamping polishes yet? If not, what are you waiting for?

I would love to hear your thoughts on this design. Once this challenge is over I plan to do it again and wear it for a while.

Thanks for reading! I’ll see you at the next post.