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Models Own Chrome Blue and Moreeeee Stamping!

Hello everyone!
Today's post is not only a day late but it's also going to be super quick so I can run off to bed to get rid of this horrible migraine that's pounding away!



My nails here are featuring one coat- yes, one- of Models Own's Chrome Blue polish, topped with some stamping using Born Pretty's Stamping polish in Black, and a few of their plates which I will list below!


There was some instructions floating around the internet for using the Models Own Chrome polishes, stating that the best way to get them flawless was to buff and shine your bare nails and then apply the polish- that's no basecoat like usual! Not only that, the polish came off super easy too!



It's also recommended not to use a top coat as it might spoil the finish of the polish- though some people have used them and it's worked fine, as long as the polish is completely dry before hand. All pics here are top-coat free! 


I had to share the closeups of these two stamping images as I think they're some of my favourite so far!



And this was a quick glimpse at my other hand- I need a tripod so I can grab some better pics of both hands for you all!
Stamping plates used are all available from Born Pretty Store (don't forget 10% off code is REEG10) and are plates BP41, BP42 and MLS301


Thank you for reading dears! I'll hopefully have a chance to hop back over tomorrow morning, if not then expect a post by around 9pm tomorrow night, featuring 3 very pretty Morgan Taylor polishes!
See you then!

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