- Peso del producto: 59 g
- Número de modelo del producto: Stamp&ScraperDouble
- ASIN: B002MZ8BK2
- Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 22 de noviembre de 2013
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº16.186 en Belleza (Ver el Top 100 en Belleza)
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Konad - Sello doble y raspador para estampado de uñas
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- Konad Nail Art Double Side Stamp Set
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Collectively the hottest new thing in contemporary nail art technology. Konad Double Side Stamp Set includes: 1 x Double Side Stamp, 1 x Scraper. KONAD Stamping Nail Art is a new nail-imprinting kit that lets you put designs by stamping pre-designed images on your nails in minutes. Apply or change designs any time you want, change designs weekly, daily or as many times you want. KONAD Stamping Nail Art kit can achieve delicate details never before achieve by hand painting. Do it yourself in just minutes at home, at a friend's house or bring it anywhere you desire. You can put designs not only on your nails but on mobile phone, earrings, pendant, bracelet, gift box, watches, calculators, clocks, sunglasses or any surface of your choice. With KONAD Stamping Nail Art kit you can create perfect, professional nail designs at a fraction of the time and money, just like a professional nail artiste ... or even better. It's neat and easy !!! KONAD have won a Gold Medal for Arts & Crafts and the 2006 Seoul International Invention Fair, Silver Medal for New Practical products, Bronze Medal for Design and Invention & New Product Exposition.
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Unfortunately, there are no cheap substitutes for the stamper. I suggest you guard it with your life. It is flexible and can mold itself onto the nail to ensure a proper image stamp. The double ended one is perfect for making small adjustment to the nail (eg: the plate image is too small to cover the entire nail) and you have to make a second 'swipe'. The stamp end is about 1" round. It cleans up beautifully with Acetone and after hundreds of cleanings, still looks new.
Just an FYI, as I've been Konad'ing for a bit now, instead of the black "Konad Special Polish", I have found (after trying 11 different products) that WET 'N WILD black velvet nailpolish is the best. It costs less than $2 at CVS or WalMart and it is by far the best black out there. I've tried Orly, Chanel, and others, and none of them are this thick and black. Others are too sheer when you try to stamp them, or they simply don't show up on a darker background. I like to do dark blue with a black argyle pattern on them. Looks great, just don't forget your topcoat.
Now, for the regular stamping polishes... what I have found is that any basecoat color is fine. Its when you need one to stamp with that you have to be careful. Don't be fooled by others who say that 'any nailpolish will stamp'. Well, yes it will, but it may be so faint that it will be a waste of your time. The best nailpolishes for stamping are ones that have some metallic in them. Sally Hansen Chrome nailpens are good, but expensive. I have found that the best stamping polishes are at WalMart. Yes, PURE ICE nailpolishs in 'Outrageous' and others stamp up beautifully. They are thick, quick drying and accurate. I only use the ones with a bit of 'chrome-iness" to them. If you're going to put a design on your nail, make it pop!
For the White polish, Sally Hansen French Tip White is a good one. White is tricky. It almost has to be like 'liquid paper' to get it to work and look right.
Good luck, fellow nail afficiandos!
Okay I have to say that I am very pleased with the this purchase. The card for lack of a better word to call it is okay. I did find it hard to clean since the profile is rather slim and the there are three little holes and each side which polish can build up in but to be honest i can use an old credit card to do the same thing. The stamper it's self I found awesome. It held the polish exceptionally well and cleaned up easily. I found the pad to be just firm enough to roll onto my nail with out sliding messing up the pattern.
Since it was my first time I figured it would be rather messy and that I would need practice before it would look good. However I was pleasantly surprise how well it came out. My first had was good but my second was excellent. I included some pictures and you can decide for your self on that. For my part I am happy that I did the research upfront and would recommend this product to any beginner.
I will say that the only drawback to this stamper is that, because my nails curve so much, getting a full nail design into each and every little corner is tricky, but the margin left behind is so small that it's only noticeable when compared side by side to a squishy stamper. But for me, the coverage has been so complete that I don't really care too much. I tend to use this stamper primarily for single designs, and for near full size images, like large flowers, etc., as well as super finicky polishes (like Essie metallics). The green end of the stamper is especially helpful for placement of tiny single images. As for the scraper, I tend to avoid metal scrapers as a rule, but this one leaves a nice even swipe and hasn't scratched my plates yet. On occasion I'll reach for this scraper, vs my old tried & true. And for those who wondered, yes, this is a genuine Konad stamper. So happy with this purchase.
I suppose I can not blame this kit alone on the issue I was having , seeing how I have never used a stamper before. I also have never used the stamp plates before. I had lots of trouble getting anything to work like I thought it was going too.
I am telling you this because I cant 100% blame this product when it could very well have been the plates as well. It just seems like lot of trouble to use, and get the perfect copy of the picture onto the stamper. I guess I could be doing it wrong? Also the small end of the stamper is tiny, I don't see what you would use it for? The big end is nice and rubbery. When I do get the picture to transfer, it goes onto my nail good. Its just getting it to stick to the stamper properly, is what I have a hard time doing.
But like I said, I am not an expert on nail stamping, so please do not, not try this product because of me. The price it good, so if your looking to experiment, I say try it.