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Stamper Marble & Liquid Palisade review

Hello dear Nailistas! Today, I have a review and a purple stamper marble for you :)

Since the stamper marble technique is a bit messy, I used the original Liquid Palisade that was sent to me by Kiesque!

For this nail art, and for any manicure, the first step is of course the base coat.

Then, I painted a coat of A-England Guinevere. No need to be perfect or to reach full coverage, we will add some polish on top later ;)

Now, it's time to apply some Liquid Palisade by Kiesque around the nails. It's a lavender liquid latex that become darker when dry. It also has some glitter in it ^^

For the stamper marble, I used 3 A-England nail polishes: GuinevereElaine and Morgan Le Fay. I put few drops randomly on my stamper and then I stamped on my nails to create a purple marble design.

At this step, you might regret your choice of nail art... but only if you didn't use liquid latex - or tape! Hehe. But since I applied some Liquid Palisade here, I just had to peel off the latex before the polish dries completely. Yay !  

Say bye bye to the polish on your fingers and hello to the layer of top coat that will seal the design. Your stamper marble is now ready for some pictures...

And a last one with my color inspiration: my pretty purple scarf ♥

And that's it! I hope you liked this mani! I really love it ♥ And thank you to the amazing Liquid Palisade by Kiesque for the easy clean up :P

Liquid Palisade by Kiesque
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* The Liquid Palisade used in this nail art was sent to me for my honest review. Please see my disclosure page for more information.


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