Saturday, November 12, 2011

Bundle Monster Plates

So I have been looking at nail art online for some time now and for the life of me I could not figure out how people were able to create such uniform identical patterns. I finally came across a YouTube video that answered my question.
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I always do my research before I purchase something online and this was no different. The original plates I saw were the Konad plates. When I looked them up on amazon they were close to $6 each after shipping. While on amazon I found Bundle Monsters plates. It was a set of 25 for $21.99 plus free shipping! This put them in at $0.89 each!!! I checked out the reviews and found this newer version of Bundle Monster plates were very similar to Konad. The edges were not sharp, there was a paper backing on the plate, and the cover was now blue so you remembered to peel it off before use. I can not tell you how many reviews I read saying these plates were horrible, only for the user to find out they had forgotten to remove the plastic covering.

Anyway that is enough babel about the plates, lets get to the fun part! The first day I got the plates I had to of course try them out. So i picked 5 full nail patters and decided to try out the stamping. I apologize in advance for how messy my nails are, I was so excited to stamp I was not very focused on cleaning up.
So it is a bit of a hot mess, but it was my very very first time and each one was a learning experience. My thumb and ring finger are probably the worse. On my thumb I tried to do the high heal design but for the life of me could not get it right. My favorite are the zebra and flower print. I also like the leopard a lot. There is a pattern on the purple finger believe it or not, but it is in silver and did not show up.

Here is a close up. I learned a lesson on each nail and I can not wait to become an expert at these plates.

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