Floral Nail Stamping Feat. Cienna Rose and Beauty Big Bang

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Beauty Big Bang were kind enough to treat me to five new stamping plates, all of which have such pretty floral and girly designs, so today I thought I'd put them all to use along with some of my favourite polishes from Cienna Rose and of course Leighton Denny.

The first plate that caught my eye was the XL-025, which has different designs of ladies with flowers in their hair, so pretty! I recently chopped my nails down, and although they've started to grow back, I'm looking forward to them growing a bit more so that I can fit more of these stunning designs on my nails...


On this particular plate you get two designs that are purely floral, and 12 different ladies. I decided to pick the lady that best fit my nails at this time along with one of the florals, but keep an eye out over on Instagram for more mani's using this plate as my nails grow.

The fuchsia pink, purple flowers and golden hair are all from Cienna Rose, Shopping Spree, Pretty Please and Latte Break. The ladies skin has been coloured in using Leighton Denny's Porcelain Doll, and the white stamping polish is Colour Alike's Kind of White.



This plate has a nice mix of autumnal, leafy designs, amongst a few other different floral patterns. I used Cienna Rose's Something Blue as the base colour, and for the leafy print I used Leighton Denny's Rich Coco and Saffron Hearts. To colour in the tree and Bambi I used the same polishes again with a touch of Kind of White. The black stamping polish is also by Colour Alike, and is called Kind of Black. These are the only two stamping polishes that I use at the moment, they perform so well and making the process of stamping that much easier. 



This is my favourite mani out of the five, it turned out better than I imagined it would haha! I always struggle to get the lines straight enough across the nail plate, but I wasn't so far off... This plate has an element of geometric mixed in with the flowers which I'm loving.

I decided to go for a matte finish using Barry M's matte topcoat, and used Cienna Rose's Marshmallow for the base colour. To colour in the sunflowers, I used Rich Coco and Nothing but Sand both by Leighton Denny, to colour in the other flowers I used Snob and Shopping Spree both by Cienna Rose.



The XL-023 plate is again very floral, but these pretty rose prints stood out the most to me. The star of the show polish wise is Snob by Cienna Rose, which is the beautiful deep, luscious red. I also used it to colour in the roses, along with Shopping Spree and Jailbird by Leighton Denny for the leaves. 



Let's finish off with the simplest look! Simple but effective that is. This is another floral plate with a few butterflies here and there! In my opinion, you can never have enough floral plates, they are my favourite kind of design so its good to have a good variety to hand. 

I used Leighton Denny's Porcelain Doll for the base colour, and Kind of Black by Colour Alike for the stamping. I know that I'm essentially repeating myself, but I want to make it as easy as possible for you to replicate any looks if you fancy! If my work ever does inspire you, I'd love to see...please always tag me on Instagram so I can admire your work! 


If you fancy these plates for yourself, they come as a pack of 5 and cost £11.62, although I encourage you to use my cheeky discount of 10% by using code LEANNE at checkout. You can find a huge range of Cienna Rose polishes HERE, and of course you can shop Leighton Denny HERE

I hope you enjoyed this post, which mani did you like the most? Which colour polish stood out the most to you? Let me know in the comments

Thank you for reading,

Love, Leanne Xx