A suitable subtitle could be: effortless and perfect stamping.
And that statement goes for both Infinity Nails and Dashica Nails stamping plates – sold from Dashica Beautyshop in Holland - I suspect they are manufactured the same place.
The plates come individually packed with a blue protective plastic film.
The plate size: 6 x 12 cm.
The pattern size is 1.5 x 2 cm and larger.
The price is 4.99 Euro (at the moment 3,74 Euro) for both the Infinity Nails and the Dashica Nails plates.
The etching is medium to shallow – and perfect in every way.
Where to buy: Dashica Beautyshop
The base is Cupcake Polish Pool It Together stamped with Hit The Bottle Snowed In, plate Infinity 36, stamper Fab Ur Nails Jumbo Stamper.
The base Picture Polish Allure stamped with MoYou London Black Knight, plate Infinity Nails 90, stamper Daschica Jumbo Clear Jelly.
The base is Lacquester One Coat Wonder Black and Lacquester One Coat Wonder White stamped with the same two polishes – black over white and vice versa, plate Infinity 137, stamper Fab Ur Nails Jumbo Stamper.
The base is Lacquester Doomed Deluxe stamped with Dance Legend 8 Mint, plate Infinity158, stamper Fab Ur Nails Jumbo Stamper.
And my only Dashica Nails stamping plate:
The base is Masura 1028 I See You Love Me stamped with El Corazon stm 32 Copper Flame, plate Dashica Nails 020, stamper Fab Ur Nails Jumbo Stamper.
So, what do I think?
Pros: There are so many beautiful patterns to choose from, and I love the many mirror patterns. The patterns stamp crisp and they are easy to use, also for a beginner.
Cons: I seriously cannot think of any!
Would I like to buy more? I definitely would.
Final conclusion: I love both the Infinity Nails and the Dashica Nails plates in every way.
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