MoYou London Suki plate on my nails


Hi everyone!! How are you doing? Well today I have something that I did just for the purposes of this blog. When I placed my first order with, I was sent these two products as a gift, because Madlena liked my blog :). Thank you for that!

I was sent MoYou London Suki Collection Plate No. 6 and Mundo De Unas – Spring Green stamping nail polish.

And here is what I created.


The nude base I used was Essie – Sand Tropez. And the red base was Essie – Forever Yummy. I wanted to recreate those Japanese decorations that have all sorts of thing on them. With the red base and then a black head profile on one nail and the plants on other nails. I think all of them are bamboo plants.


This Mundo De Unas polish was great for stamping. Opaque and it stamped perfectly. Except it had a funny smell, like the wall paint. I don’t know, maybe all of the polishes that are meant for stamping smell this way.


And on my thumb I did this pattern which is called Saya pattern. I googled it, because I didn’t know what to call it. This one looks so good to me and I think I am going to use it again.


And the head close up. I used Essie – Licorice to stamp the head on to the red base.

I must say I was surprised by how good this turned out to be. I thought it was going to be a disaster and that I wasn’t going to publish it, but once my nails were done, I was amazed. I really liked it, a lot!

What are your thoughts on this one?


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  1. June 1, 2015 / 9:20 am

    I love the ringfinger accent! this looks fantastic.And the mint and nude go together perfectly too.
    xo, Pia

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