Sunday, June 5, 2016

Decor Unhas Plate Review


Along with the Esmaltes da Kelly polishes I recently reviewed, Beautometry also sent me a plate by Decor Unhas, another Brazilian indie maker. The images on the plate didn't seem to have a common theme but they were super cute and interesting, and I could see each one being useful.



I absolutely fell in love the moment I saw these adorable bow and dot images. Here I paired them with one of the newly available Hit the Bottle shades, Tipsy Grasshoper, and Painted Polish Yellow as Honey for a super soft vintage feel. Loving these crisp lines.



I also knew I had to use this crazy cute panda pattern. I went with a base of Painted Polish Chasing Rainbows because who doesn't love rainbow glitter pandas? Here I stamped with Hit the Bottle As Black as Night and again you can see how nicely the plate picks up, especially in that macro!


Here are a few more of my favorites from DU03. Everything picked up pretty well the first time as you can see, but like my other thick and deeply etched plates I found that a diagonal scrape and my squishy stamper worked best.  I am definitely feeling the diverse and unique images, and after checking out the others I think this a brand I will be following from here on out. Hope you love these looks! I will be back with another review tomorrow!

9 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, these stinking cute pandas!!! I'm in love with them!

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    1. They are a delight are they not? Thank you Kiz!!!

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    2. They are a delight are they not? Thank you Kiz!!!

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    1. Happy you like them Christy. It was a fun plate to review!

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    2. Happy you like them Christy. It was a fun plate to review!

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  3. Those rainbow glitter pandas!!! I really need to get my hands on Painted Polish. The bows are absolutely adorable too!

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    1. I reach for these crellies constantly. They really do make a fantastic nail art base. Thanks Lili!

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    2. I reach for these crellies constantly. They really do make a fantastic nail art base. Thanks Lili!

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