Atomic Stamping with Pahlish

Good morning world! I decided that my goal for July would be to work on my nail art- and I decided to get started early! Thus, today I have a stamped atomic pattern to share with you!

 pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping   

This this look, I started with Pahlish “The Moon is an Egg,” a cobalt blue holo with gold flakes. My boyfriend helped pick out the stamping plate and color combo (thanks!). I have reviewed this polish before, if you’re interested in checking that out!

pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping   

I used Maybelline Color Show “Bold Gold” to stamp. I know a lot of people swear by this polish for stamping, but I don’t think it was doing me any favors. I really need to get some legit stamping polishes. Any suggestions for things I can actually get my hands on?

pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping   pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping

The cute atomic design is from a MoYou London stamping plate, Sci-Fi 8. I’ve noticed that these plates are starting to feel small now that my nails are longer. 

  pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping   

What do you think? I think that my stamping still needs some work, but these nails have me feeling like Ernest Rutherford!

pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping   pahlish moon in an egg moyou sci-fi stamping  

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12 thoughts on “Atomic Stamping with Pahlish

  1. Beautiful manicure! I know Maybelline released 2 version of Bold Gold. The first one stamps much better. It doesn’t have the little ‘Holographic” on the label. The first version says ‘metallics” instead.

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