Hey girls (and guys)! Have you all heard about Moonflower Polish yet? Moonflower Polish is the new 5-free indie stamping polish to hit the scene, and I am so excited to share a few with you all today. I have been eagerly awaiting their release as our color options in 5-free indie stamping polishes are still fairly limited. Well, not anymore. Let’s take a look!
Moonflower Polish Violeta
Violeta is best described as a violet purple creme stamping polish. For this look I used Ellagee Strawberry Moon as the base polish and stamped using UberChic plate 11-03. Used FUN XL Stamper. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Anaranjado is best described as a bright orange creme stamping polish. For this mani I used Liquid Sky Lacquer Jellybeans as my base polish, stamped using Lina plate Feeling Shapely 07. Used FUN XL Stamper. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Azul is best described as a colbalt blue creme stamping polish. For this mani I used Pahlish Light Upon the Water stamped with Lina Make your Mark 03. Used FUN XL Stamper. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Verde is best described as a leaf green creme stamping polish. For this mani I used base polish Painted Polish Celtic Crelly with stamping plate UberChic 6-03. Used FUN XL Stamper. Sealed with glossy top coat.
Then I decided to do one more mani, a bit more complex than the others, and used at least 2 Moonflower Polish shades. I was curious to try one of these as a standard polish, I know Nadia has said that they aren’t recommended in that way, but you know the saying.. curiosity killed the cat. Except i’m not a cat and it certainly didn’t kill me. In my stamping these were all so incredibly smooth and creamy, but I did find them to be better suited at stamping than as straight polish. They are a little thicker than what I prefer for full coats, and of course the opacity you want for an excellent stamping polish could potentially stain when used for full coats.
So for this mani I ended up doing all the layers in just stamping. The blue base is Moonflower Polish Azul stamped on in 2 layers using the blank image from Lina Make Your Mark 03 (if you haven’t heard about this plate/image definitely check it out!) The white globe is done using MdU White and plate Pueen Double Fun 01. The green continents are Moonflower Polish Verde using Pueen Double Fun 01. The white compass images are from Lina Born to Sail 01. Sealed with glossy top coat, and Voila! Completed mani.
I was very impressed with each of the polishes I tried, and I will definitely be adding more Moonflower stamping polishes to my collection soon!
Moonflower Polish is available now in the rainbow cremes and the Day & Night duo. The retail for $8 for the full size 15ml, and $5 for the mini 7ml bottle.
A new collection is due to be released soon.
Until next time, stay polished!