Dual-Ended Puff & Stamper
The ultimate nail art dual tool! Get that gradient you've been longing for with our reusable Puff and Stamper tool! The puff head can be used with acrylic paint, regular nail polish and even gel polish! It's ridiculously easy to clean too! Just use water, nail polish remover or gentle Acetone (like Onyx Professional 100% Acetone) to clean away paint by soaking it in the cleaner you choose and then wiping it off.
The mini stamper head it perfect for those little designs that are crowded on a nail stamp plate - it picks it up and places them with precision! Clean the head using the regular methods for our stamping heads including: tape, lint roller, etc. Your stamper should work the moment you get it but in the event that it has trouble picking up a design – try washing it in warm soapy water and let it air dry or use a couple swipes from a cotton pad soaked in 100% acetone to prime it.
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This is a great tool for small stamps or stamping on small nails. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because the stamper falls out easily, but it goes back in no problem.
It's so easy to get stunning nail art - with a Stamp!
Nail stamping allows you to get creative and completely customize your manicure! Our plates offer the easiest and most cost-effective way to customize your manicure with nail polish - and the best part is - you can reuse our plates time and time again. Say goodbye to freehand nail art painting that never looks the same on both hands or stickers that can peel off within minutes and hello to nail art that is as personal, professional and unique as you are. To watch more How-Tos you can visit this page: How to Stamp
TIPS & TRICKS
Use 100% Acetone to clean the plate between use (polish remover can contain oils that buildup on the plate making it difficult to use)
Work Quickly - with such a thin layer of polish, moving quickly is best!
Use regular or stamping polish on plate (avoid chunky glitter and gel polish)
You can stamp over regular or gel nail polishes - even acrylic!
To watch more How-Tos you can visit this page: How to Stamp