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I used 2 coats butter London “Tea with the Queen” as my base.
I used dotting tools to apply Color Club “Twiggie” and Sephora by OPI “It’s Totally Karma”.
I applied a coat of Seche Vite to even out the dots.
I stamped with Milani “Quick Teal” and Bundle Monster plate “BM 310”. I am not going to lie. This was a hassle to stamp.
First off, it came out more sheer than I expected. It still looks good, but not exactly what I was going for. Furthermore, I had to clean the stamping plate after every use or it would not transfer to the rubber stamper. I do not know if this was because of the “quick-dry” formula or the consistency but it definitely was not worth the aggravation. I will not be stamping with Quick Teal any time soon. It is a shame because I love the color, the formula and how it looks as a nail base but for stamping, it is not so great. Also, it stains like mad so clean up was a pain.
Hi, my name is Monica and I have RA.