For those of you who have followed my blog for a while, you’ll know that I almost exclusively used MoYou London in the past. Recently, however, I’ve found their customer service as well as how they seem to take their customers for granted made me think I should broaden my scope to include other manicure businesses. So I went out looking for another nail company that was equal to them in quality and product as well as showing their customer appreciation. That’s when I found Maniology. Not only is their polish top-notch, but they offer mini starter sets so you can try them before you drop a lot of money on something you may not like. I used their products exclusively (with the exception of a ridge filler) to get this gorgeous look!
If you want to see more cool products and designs from these guys, I highly suggest that you follow their Instagram page which you can find HERE. They have a Stamping club that will send you two coordinated polishes, two plates, and a surprise each month! They also have a Starter Kit which I will be featuring today that comes with two coordinated polishes, two plates, a clear stamper, a plastic scraper, and instructions on how to get the most out of this product! They have a rewards program if you tell a friend. Basically, they seem to be all about having fun and making sure that YOU the customer are happy and that’s something I can stand behind. With that, let’s get started!
* Maniology plate: Maniology M015
* Maniology Scraper and Stamper
* Maniology Nail Lacquer in Ballet Flats B231, and Toy Soldier B227
* O.P.I. Ridge Filler, O.P.I. Top Coat
* Clippers and Files
*Nail Polish Remover
*Q-tips, and Cotton Balls
1.) Clean and Shape all nails to your liking using your clippers and files.
2.) Paint all nails with one coat of O.P.I. Ridge filler so that your polish will go on smoothly.
3.) Once dry, paint all nails with a coat of Maniology Nail Laquer in the color Ballet Flats B231.
4.) Once dry, use the plate Maniology M015 and the nail scraper and stamper to pick up a design of your choice.
5.) Place the design on the desired nail in the desired place.
6.) Once you’re happy with how it all looks cover it in a protective layer of O.P.I Top Coat.
7.) If you happen to get any of the nail polish on your skin, simply use nail polish remover to lift it off of your skin. Enjoy!
If you’ve never tried nail stamping and are interested in trying, I highly suggest the Stamping Starter Kit. It will give you everything you need to give it a try without investing too much. If you want to be notified of future posts from this blog, be sure to SIGN UP HERE. Be sure to check out my SHOP and lastly have a wonderful day!