It is stamping nail art polish time! I love BornPretty store for offering such a big collection of stamping nail polishes. Thou Ya Qin Ann is not their in house brand it was not disappointed ever before using them. This is the manicure I was inspired to create when I got my paws on this polish.
I did this manicure in a way that underneath the stamping polish there is a dark and a bright base so you can see at first sight that the Ya Qin Ann #16 can handle any type of base without losing any of its grey shine.
I must admit I never used any light Grey stamping nail art polish. Therefore I created this stamping challenge - this defines how good the polish is. If it is seen when stamped over a white and black base it means it is of high quality. And for this challenge I used the BornPretty store BP-17 plate. And as you can see the polish had no problems with either of the bases.
I love the fact that all the images came out crisp no matter on what stamping plate I used it. And it always seems like a dirty light grey shade. I highly recommend you get it since it costs 4.67 $ and you get a whopping 18ml of it, which is a life time supply - TRUST ME ;)
For this manicure I used Yes love W33 neon pink as base. Then I used BM-408 and Bornpretty store Black stamping polish to make the black circles. Over it all I stamped with Ya Qin Ann no.16 and BM-S230 stamping plate.
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*the item was sent to me for my honest review*