Bundle Monster Creative Polish set 3

Greetings everyone! Today we have some stamping polish!

So I received this nail polish set as a gift from a friend (Shout out to Kim!) It is the Bundle Monster Creative Polish set 3. There are two other sets as well that are available on the website. The sets themselves retail at $15.99 USD or $3.99 USD for each polish. Set 3 contains six colors Electromagnetic (B137), Optical Illusion (B138), Visionary (B139), Wavelengths (B140), Seeing Rainbows (B141), and Chromo (B142). All of the colors in this set have a metallic sheen to them.

The consistency of these polishes is just like any other nail polish, because it is a stamping polish I had assume the consistency would be thicker.

Please note: Bundle Monster cannot ship the polishes internationally so they can only be shipped within the US.

All the images were stamped with my Fab ur nails XL stamper

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below is what the colors look like when you look at them at an angle.




below is what the colors look like when you look at them at an angle.


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below is what the colors look like when you look at them at an angle.

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The colors aren’t exactly impressive when stamped over black.I have had better results with polishes that don’t claim to be stamping polishes. However these polishes can be used as a base color and then stamped over with any color. These colors really don’t impress me as much when you have Mundo de Unas stamping polishes or even the new Bundle Monster stamping polishes from the weekend warrior collection.

Just for comparison take a look

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I would love to say that the stamping polish looks this vibrant without flash but it doesn’t it looks very subtle and unless you look at it carefully you probably wouldn’t notice it.

OPI- Do you lilac it?

Bundle Monster- Festival stamping plate BM-S308

Bundle Monster- Electromagnetic stamping polish




Fab Ur Nails mail!! Picture Heavy!

Hey everyone! Today i have a review on Fab ur Nails. I bought these stampers and the clear jelly stamper as well.

I bought these stampers on January 28th and received them February 16. The shipping was $6.30USD from the Philippines.  When your order is dispatched you get a tracking number with it and it takes a few days to update the status.

My package was received unharmed and came with two bubble mailers inside. The stampers with the gold caps were in one mailer and an the clear stamper and holder were in another. They were both inside of their own plastic bags so they weren’t scratched up at all or damaged in any way.



The 2pc XL gold stamper set retails at $12.00USD and comes with a plastic card scraper. The website has the dimensions of the stamper and the cap size.


size of stamper: 2.8cm diameter

XL cap size: 2.7cm diameter
4.0cm height

One of my favorite things about this stamper beside the fact that it is squishy soft and fits the curves of my nails perfectly, is that it can stand itself up unlike my black and white stamper which i caught mid-roll in the picture below.


The bottom of the XL stamper cap has the company logo on it



So how does it stamp? perfectly there was no real priming for any of the stampers, the only thing I did before using them was wash them with some soap and let them dry, that’s it. The results from stamping are below.

The clear stamper set retails at $6.50 USD and comes with 2 clear stamper heads, 1  translucent holder, and 1 plastic scraper. The clear stamper head is according to the website 2.8cm diameter. I had been hearing that these types of clear stampers are very fragile and I was a little scared to order it since it might come damaged. When I  received it it was inside the package inside of its own bubble mailer and in a small plastic bag. It came completely unharmed and in perfect condition.


The stamper is squishy firm and I can confirm now that I am holding it that it is a squishy firm.



you can see right through the stamper and it acts like a magnifying glass when you look through it.


I have to admit the scraper it came with I haven’t tried yet, I usually stick to an old gift card or even the fab ur nails scraper like the one that i got in the gold XL stamper set.


So hows the stamping quality? It was really good, I had no problems picking up the images, the only thing done before stamping was washing it with some soap and letting it dry. When you’re stamping on your nails with it however it does take a little getting used to. As i said before the stamper head has a little bit of a magnifying effect. I’ve never used any clear stamper heads below in my life so I’m sure I’ll get better and it will probably take a few uses before I can try it out with my smaller images. The stamper head itself is able to fit my C curve with no problems at all. There’s no real need to roll the images onto my nails but if i wanted to I could.

The last stamper I received was actually a gift from Johanne. Thank you so much Johanne!

Fun gold XL glaze stamper retails at $6.75 USD this is one of the newest stampers released by Fab ur Nails. The color is beige with little golden shimmer inside. The XL stampers are both sticky but not too sticky they are both squishy soft.



The website says that the XL stampers are the same size as these new XL glaze stampers but I actually found that mine is a slightly bigger than the regular XL. When I took it out of the holder I actually found that there was a slight wrinkle on the backside of it but it doesn’t interfere at all with the stamping, I just assume the wrinkle is from being in the holder.



How does it stamp? Just like all the other stampers I bought from Fab ur Nails this one also stamps beautifully.

I thought it would be helpful to show how the height of these all compare to my Winstonia stamper.


They all stamp perfectly I used the image from the Gals GA4 plate.


I used two methods to see if they stamped well. I pressed in the first column on the left and then rolled the stamper over the plate in the column on the right. As stated before none of these stampers were primed in anyway except I washed them in the sink with some soap and let them dry.

the missing patches in the “press” column are my own fault.


My next purchase will more than likely be the Jumbo Stamper and a few plates I’ve had my eye on.

Honestly Johanne has some really great products and I would recommend her store to anyone in the market for some awesome plates and stampers. I know her products are quality and I have yet to hear anyone say anything negative about her or the company. If there is ever an issue she responds back within the day.


Note: I just noticed that Fab ur Nails is now selling the Clear jelly stamper for $4.50 USD and it comes with 1 translucent holder, 1 stamper head, and 1 scraper.  2/25/16

These products were purchased with my own money and this is my honest review.

Hello kitty!

The manicure inspiration was by Colores de Carol specifically this manicure she did, It’s so cute!



with my Fab ur Nails hello kitty plate on the way I was beyond excited to try something along the lines of this manicure. Two colors are from the new Hello Kitty collection and the stamping polish was from the Gwen Stefani collection.



OPI – Look at my Bow!

OPI- Starry-eyed for Daniel

OPI- Hey Baby (stamping polish)

Venique- wingtip white

Morgan Taylor- Go ahead and grow

Seche Vite- Top Coat

Fab Ur Nails- Fun 09

Winstonia- squishy stamper



I started with two coats of OPI- Look at my bow! and stamped over it with OPI- Hey Baby from the Gwen Stefani collection. The ring finger has two coats of OPI- Starry-Eyed for Daniel. On top of Starry-Eyed for Daniel I used the same OPI- Look at my bow! to fill in the bow and Veniques- Wingtip White to fill in Hello Kitty.

Here’s a picture with flash


Now for a close up of Starry-Eyed for Daniel. Two coats is enough to cover your nail. It’s more opaque than I thought. I usually stay away from glitters because of how annoying they are to take off. I’ll let you know how it goes with this one.


Where have you guys gotten inspiration recently?



Nail Storage and Organization

I’ve seen this question asked on many threads and I know I spent a ton of time searching for the perfect way to store my things.

My stamping plates are currently housed in a simple purple binder. When you open it up the first thing a pencil pouch and that has a few scrapers accumulated from buying stampers. The next page is a trading card page with some Velcro stickers attached to the top of each plate to keep them in. All the round plates are separated into each divider, in order for me to know what I’m looking at fast I chose a color for each  brand. Pink being my Winstonia second generation plates.


The Moyou London plates I have are small enough to fit in between the page dividers.



Other plates such as Cheeky or Fab ur Nails are stored in a single page sheet with the same Velcro and with an added piece of cardboard behind the plate.


After these pages is a whole section for the swatches of each plate.


In regards to my Nail polish I own three clear storage shoe boxes that I found in Walmart. The dimensions of the box are 34.6 cm x 21cm x 12.4cm  and It’s a 6 Qt by Sterilite and the bottom is flat, some of the boxes do have a dip but the polish falls over in those so if possible grab the ones with a flat bottom. My nail tools are also stored in a box. This box houses stampers, nail files, glitters, fimo canes, and assorted decorations.


How do you guys store your supplies?


Fab ur Nails plate 09

I just received my Fab ur Nails plate, It took about 2 weeks to get over here to the east coast from the Philippines. The shipping was $6.30 USD, my package had a tracking number which got updated every day to every few days. Note: This particular plate has been discontinued.

When the package got here it was wrapped pretty nicely and Johanne included a scraper with the plate. It’s a hello kitty scraper and has the feel of a gift card. I was really hoping this was the scraper that I received I love hello kitty! I use pure acetone to clean my plates and from what I have noticed the scrapers image doesn’t fade. When i first opened the package i was a little surprised at the size of the plate itself it’s about the size of my hand. The dimensions are: 9.5 x 14.5 cm


I was a worried about the size of the full size images seeing as I have long and wide nail beds. The full nail images are about the size of the Moyou London xl images at 1.5 x 2cm. The website has the  full nail images listed as 1.6 cm x 2.1 cm this means they are bigger than Moyou London.

The only thing I found off about my plate was a deep scratch that was probably from transit. You can see it pretty clearly in the bottom image but luckily it does not interfere too much with the image itself. The scratch is about the thickness of a hair strand. IMG_9354

I had to see how the scratch affected the image. I did find that by rolling the stamper across the image rather than stamping straight on with the bolder images it works better. This was just a quick swatch of the images to see about the scratch.


Below are the images on this plate in case you’re interested.
















The etching on all the images is perfect and I had absolutely no problem picking up any of the images. I had hesitated ordering from Fab ur Nails for a very long time but I’m glad I took the plunge. I have only heard good things from Fab ur Nails and of the owner Johanne. I have already placed another order for some stampers.

Neutral Stamping


Greetings everyone! Today i have what i consider to be a more neutral manicure.


Morgan Taylor- go ahead and grow base coat

Essie- In stitches

Morgan Taylor- Vixen in a mask

Moyou London- xl pro collection 02 stamping plate

Seche Vite- Top coat

I used two coats of Essie- in stitches but you could easily get away with one, Im wondering if i could use this as a possible stamping polish. ill do some testing later.



the polish i used for stamping was morgan taylors vixen in a mask. I honestly did this on a whim thinking just maybe it could be a stamping polish and it worked. Vixen in a mask can be used as a one coat polish making it perfect for stamping.





Below is the exact image i used and i honestly had never thought about using it but it stamps perfectly. The Moyou plates i have all are etched deeply and perfectly.





Now that i think about this mani and really look at it i cant help but feel like it looks a lot like the packaging for Bath and Body works Velvet sugar which is currently being discontinued at the end of the semi annual sale. I guess i spent so much time in there that my mani was inspired by it.

See Velvet sugar here


ORLY Review: Elsbeth’s Rose

I bought this color while Sally’s had the 50% off clearance nail polish.

I’m not sure how i feel about this color personally and i only wore it for a few days.

This color is a creme pink with what seems like a purple undertone, there is also some little micro shimmer that’s silver.

I used two coats in the pictures below. You could get away with one but I always prefer two. I had almost no application problems with this color. The trick is to wait for it to dry before you add that second coat or it will take the first coat off.


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here’s a macro that shows the specks of silver in the polish


Viva la Manicure

So i haven’t been on much and i apologize there is a lot going on in my life at the moment.

Today i bring you a tutorial! woo! i love tutorials by other bloggers and i hope mine helps anyone who sees it.


Seche Vite

Cheeky- Viva Mexico Jumbo Plate

Morgan Taylor- go ahead and grow

China Glaze- shocking pink

China Glaze- flip flop fantasy

Morgan Taylor- doo Wop

Wet n Wild- Black


First paint your nails with  a coat of the yellow. if you don’t have it or are doing it with a different colors, use white or the lightest color.


Next put drops of the china glaze shocking pink and china glaze flip flop fantasy and some dots of the morgan taylor doo wop like so


use your stamper and squish the colors. When you pick it up it should look like this


Stamp it on to your nails, either just kind of roll it on or wait a few seconds for it to dry a little bit. If you want an area to have a certain color you could do the step above with just one color and place it where you want.


I cleaned up a little bit before i stamped on the image from the Viva Mexico plate by Cheeky.



just clean up a bit more and add a top coat for your finished look.



Plum Milk Roses

Hello my lovely internet friends! Today i bring you a mani done with a polish iv’e had for maybe a year now honestly. So this mani was done using the MoYou london plate Tourist collection-07. The image i used is the one with the roses. I love this plate but honestly i don’t use it as much as i wish i did.

The featured nail polish is Plum Milk by Skinfood.


Sally beauty supply base coat

Plum Milk by Skinfood

Moyou London Tourist collection-07

Seche Vite Top Coat

Bonus: i used a matte coat after a day later since i have never used it and it doesn’t make a ton of difference but i like the look of it.

I’ll do a review on Plum Milk later

Here’s the mani 🙂


Purple Gradient/Ombre

So I have had this idea for a while for a purple gradient, however i don’t feel as if im too great at gradients. To get better at gradients i have to practice though don’t i?

Today’s products:

Beauty Secrets Base Coat

OPI a grape fit

ORLY Wild Wisteria

Seche Vite top coat

cosmetic wedge


So i started out with A grape fit on the whole nail prior to sponging on wild wisteria with a cosmetic wedge. Ignore the nail oil in the first picture my nails need some type of moisturizing treatment soon. The winter love to make my skin dry and icky.

Here it is indoors




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If anyone wants a tutorial on this comment below 🙂