First impressions - Powder Perfect Stamping Polish

Hi lovelies!

Today is one for the stamping addicts with my first impressions of the new black and white stamping polish from Powder Perfect. These have been released along with 3 other shades (gold, silver and orange) - all 5 free! 

Let's check them out!



I've been using the black in a lot of stamping recently, including some TARDIS blue nail art and this weird/cute stamping but I'm equally impressed with the white. Keep scrolling for some nail art and my thoughts at the end!



Powder Perfect Thebes + MoYou Kaleidoscope 07



Dance Legend Peel Off Glitter Base (Black) + Bundle Monster BM-XL16



Powder Perfect Library Dust & Crenellations + Aiyoohehe Fairytale 005

The consistency of a stamping polish is usually a little thicker than regular polish, but I found the black here to be almost the same consistency as a regular creme. It was easy to scrape across the plate and didn't require brushing over the entire image - just a blob at the top and scrape over. The white was a little thicker than the black and just as easy to use.

Having tried both over a range of colours and polish types and found both the black and white are beautifully opaque over any base - the ultimate test for a white is how well it stamps over black and this one passed with flying colours!

For all my stamping I have been using a cheap clear stamper from eBay - it can be difficult picking up images with large areas of polish but I didn't have many issues using the Powder Perfect stamping polish. You can see in the black stamping there were a few small bubbles on my ring finger, and with the white there are some small inconsistencies on my middle finger but it wasn't a major problem. Most importantly all the finer details pick up and transfer without issue. 

While I was impressed with both, I've definitely found my new holy grail white stamping polish!

Head to Powder Perfect (Aus)(International) to buy - these are available now! You can purchase individually or as a set.



Disclosure: *Products in this post were provided as press samples, which in no way affected my opinion of the product.

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