Gold Nail Polish Stamping Comparison
Even though I haven't been blogging lately doesn't mean I haven't been painting my nails and trying new things. I still don't have a lot of time to devote to blogging but I'm trying to work it back into my schedule and share some things I've been working on. For right now my plan is to get 2 posts up a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays until things settle down on my end and I can devote more of my energy to the blog. I thought a comparison post was a great way to start things off and let people know that my blog is still here.
We all know that stamping plays a big part in nail art and people are always on the lookout for regular polishes that work for stamping. Helping people find those rare drugstore brands that stamp well was the idea behind my stamping comparison series. Sadly, I drifted away from it while trying to work on my swatching and polish reviews. Now it's time to get back to the fun stuff, comparisons and nail art!
The polishes I'll be comparing for you today are Finger Paints She's a Beaut, Essie Good as Gold, Hit the Bottle To Have and To Gold and Maybelline Bold Gold. I decided this time around to show each color over black and white using an image from Uber Chic Plate UC 10-02
As you can see each of the polishes I picked worked well for stamping. Yay! But there are subtle differences to each one. For example To Have and to Gold from Hit the Bottle is more of a yellow gold and She's a Beaut from Finger Paints is the lightest.
I have to say out of the 4 polishes used I like Essie's Good as Gold the best because of the color and vibrancy. It looks the most like gold in my personal opinion and works the best over both black and white. Although the Maybelline Bold Gold is a close second.
Which one is your favorite? Do you have a gold polish in your collection that works great for stamping? Let me know in the comments. And don't forget to check out my previous stamping comparison posts of Black, White, and Silver. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!