It Girl Fashion Plates

So I've got some exciting news for you all today! There is a new company on the block and they are making Stamping Plates. Who you ask? Well it's It Girl Nail Art and the new plates are the bomb.com! I'm not lying to you. I was supposed to get my plate last Tuesday, but it got delayed (grrr USPS) and I didn't get it until late Friday night. I worked all weekend to get this post ready for you, because there is a sweet Pre-Order deal you need to know about! First lets look at the plate I was sent, then we'll get to details. 

I received IG-103 which is one of three plates for their debut collection. I love the images and it stamps beautifully. Below, I've picked up each image on my Creative Shop stamper head for you to see. These images are wide and long, they'll fit every nail. They transfer beautifully. I cannot wait to get the other two. Yes, I ordered them. ;-) I did notice that this plate is etched deeply and does take two swipes with my card to get the right amount of polish. If you only do one swipe, you get some excess polish picked up along with the stamping image. Also, due to the etching, when cleaning it traps fibers. A quick rub of the finger gets them off. 





Here I've done a mani using the quaterfoil and lace stamps. I should have used more of a contrasting stamp (damn you metallic polish and your shiny finish) but you'd better believe, you'll be seeing more of this plate and brand. Polish is Ludurana Aurora Boreal and the stamp was done with Models Own Chrome Rose. 





Ok...so details...there is a pre-sale going on with these plates, and yes you'll want them. If you order before August 4th,  you can get a bundle deal of all 3 plates for $35.00. Individually plates retail at $13.50. The bundle package does disappear after the 4th, so make sure you jump on that. As this is a pre-order, plates will be manufactured after, so there is a wait time involved. I can't recommend it enough and I can't wait to get my hands on the other two plates in this set.

It Girl Nail Art

Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
*press sample
**polishes self purchased
  1. Oohh :) what exciting new, and what a gorgeous plate. Love your nails xx

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm so happy with it!

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  2. This looks gorgeous! Those images are huge! I really hate it when I pick the wrong colours when stamping. I prefer high contrast but often end up picking colours that are too similar :/

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    1. I know exactly what you mean. In my head it was awesome, in real life it was a softer combo than expected. Now I know.

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  3. Beautiful images. I loved your nails they look soft and subtle :)

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  4. So pretty! This looks like a great stamping plate. I just got that mat too, and it makes me want to play with stamping so much more! :0)

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    1. The mat is everything! I'm totally the type to spill stuff and ruin desks and tables. This is what i NEEDED!

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  5. I've definitely had my eye on these plates!

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    1. I ordered the other two, because I love this one so much.

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  6. Oh yes!!!! I definitely need these plates, and that UC stamping mat!!

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  7. Love that plate and I'm so jealous you got the uc mat. I definitely need it!

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    1. Thanks! I'm totally the type who spills acetone/polish and ruins the surface of every desk and table. I needed this mat, so I jumped on it right away as soon as it was announced.

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  8. What a beautiful plate! Lovey review I will definitely have to check them out.

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  9. Great review! This plate is stunning and I would love to own it!

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    1. It's super awesome. I can't wait to use it more.

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  10. Great review!! I got a plate in, but my was bent I'm waiting on my replacement before I can use it. This will be my first time stamping. I'm nervous! lol

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    1. Boo! Bent plates are the worst. I'm sure you will do great!

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  11. I'm getting that mat when it comes back in stock, haha. But what I really wanted to say is I like how you did this post, particularly with the images on the stamper- really shows the plate off well. - Bubbie

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    1. It's amazing! Doing the swatches on the stamper head seemed like the best way to show them off since I didn't have time to do a mani with each image.

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