Silver Nail Polish Stamping Comparison
Happy Humpday everyone! How's your week going so far? My kids keep telling me that they have run out of things to do and are constantly bored. I guess we are in for a long summer. While I brainstorm ideas to keep them entertained why don't you take a look at today's blog post. I've compared 4 popular silver nail polishes to see how well they work for stamping. The polishes I tested are Sally Hansen Silver Sweep (Insta-dry line), Zoya Trixie, Essie No Place Like Chrome, and Sally Hansen Celeb City (X-treme wear line). Just how well do these silver polish staples work for stamping? Let's take a look.
Using L'Oreal After Hours as my base I set to work, choosing an image that had some larger spaces as well as some intricate designs from Konad plate M51. As you can see all 4 polishes worked very well, but they have 2 different finishes. No Place Like Chrome and Silver Sweep have more of a chrome look to them, while Celeb City and Trixie have a shimmery finish. For this particular image, I like the delicate sparkly look of Trixie and Celeb City. But there is something to be said about the bolder look of No Place Like Chrome and Silver Sweep.
While working on this post I think I may have found 2 sets of dupes, but I will get more into that in another post. So make sure you come back!
Id say depending on the look you're going for its users choice as far as which one to reach for. Generally, the Sally Hansen polishes are a bit more budget-friendly, and easier to get your hands on. But those seem to be the only real differences when it comes to these 3 brands. I hope you enjoyed this post and found it helpful. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!