Thursday, March 30, 2017
BBP Stamps Pt 2 - Pastels - Swatches and Review
Today I have swatches and review of the Bad Bitch Polish Stamps Pt 2 collection, the pastels. The BBP Stamps are Bad Bitch Polish series of stamping polishes, the pastels set consists of 6 colors, named after springtime flowers.
In terms of formula, they are all the same. While a bit on the thinner side when compared to other stamping polishes, they are still very opaque, especially over black. I had no staining or difficulty removing polish from my skin. Since I originally swatched these in the middle of the "4 year old with broken arm" drama (for pics on that story: here and here, and as an update, he's still in a cast but doing much better and back at school), I was pressed for time and simply swatched them all over 1 coat of BBP Let's Go Crazy (black), topped with a gel top coat, then stamped on top without top coating again. I used 3 different stampers: the Bundle Monster red xl silicone stamper (soft-semi-sticky), the UberChic Tiffany Blue non-sticky stamper (med-firm), and the Messy Mansion Carbon stamper in black (very soft and sticky) with the Bundle Monster plate BM-S112.
Spider Mum - a pale green creme stamping polish.
Zinnia - a coral-y orange creme stamping polish.
Lilac - a pale lavender creme stamping polish.
Primrose - a sweet yellow creme stamping polish.
Dusty Miller - a light bluish gray.
Bluestar - a light blue creme stamping polish.
The BBP Stamps pt2 Pastels are available now at www.badbitchpolish.com. They are $10 each, and $57 for the set of 6. By the way, my daughter absolutely loved these and she did a mani with Lilac and Bluestar, alternating the colors and stamping. I didn't get the chance to take a pic but she's 9 and a beginner stamper. They were super easy for her to use and they only took 1 coat when used as the base color.
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