Moon Flower Stamping Polish Swatches and Review

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Moon Flower Stamping Polish Swatches and Review

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Hey friends, welcome back! Stamping is hands down one of my favourite nail art techniques, so I was thrilled to be given the chance to review stamping polishes! Moon Flower Polish reached out to me and allowed me to personally pick 6 polishes to review. My picks were: Periwinkle, Hydrangea, Turquesa, Amarillo, Strawberry and Violeta. 

My swatches show each polish used over a white and black base. For consistency, I used the same stamper and stamping plate image. Stamper is the Big Bling XL from Clear Jelly Stamper (coupon code nailexperiments saves you 10%), and the stamping plate is Dress Your Nails 01 from Lina Nail Art Supplies (coupon code NailExp15OFF saves you 15%). The white polish is White Gel from Bio Seaweed Gel Beyond Nail Lacquer Line. The black polish is Black on Black by Sinful Colours and the matte top coat is My Perfect Matte by My Indie Polish.

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Periwinkle is described as as a pastel periwinkle with a subtle blue shimmer. I'm really happy with the vibrant colour pay off overtop of a dark base, such a pretty shade!

This polish is apart of the Spring 2017 collection which consists of 8 pastels with a hint of shimmer.

The full size 15ml retails for $9.00USD and the small 7ml size retails for $5.00USD.

Moon flower polish periwinkle swatch

Moon flower polish periwinkle swatch


Strawberry is described as a pink with a hint of shimmer. I feel it has a decent colour pay off overtop the black but not as intense as it is within the bottle. 

This pretty pastel is apart of the Spring 2017 collection featuring 8 pastels shades with a hint of shimmer.

The full size 15ml retails for $9.00USD and the small 7ml size retails for $5.00USD.


Moon flower polish strawberry swatch

Moon flower polish strawberry swatch


Hydrangea is described as a pastel blue with golden shimmer. This polish is so vivid overtop the white and black base, definitely one of my favourites! 

This beauty is apart of the Spring 2017 collection featuring 8 pastels shades with a hint of shimmer.

The full size 15ml retails for $9.00USD and the small 7ml size retails for $5.00USD.


Moon flower polish hygrangea swatch

Moon flower polish hygrangea swatch


Violeta is described as a purple creme. I love this shade of purple but didn't find it very pigmented overtop a black base but still better than some other purple stamping polishes I own. I love it over white and regardless of if not being so vivid overtop the black base, I still love it! 

This Violet beauty is apart of the Rainbow Cremes collection consisting of 12 creme shades.

The full size 15ml retails for $9.00USD and the small 7ml size retails for $5.00USD.

Moon flower polish violeta swatch

Moon flower polish violeta swatch


Turquesa is described as a bright teal/aqua creme. I'm really impressed with the pigmentation of this overtop both the white and black base, more so black because I find that to always be the true test when testing for vibrancy in stamping polishes. It's a bit more vibrant overtop the white but still really happy with the colour pay off overtop the black base - such a beautiful shade!

This vivid teal/aqua creme is apart of the 12 piece Rainbow Cremes collection.

The full size 15ml retails for $9.00USD and the small 7ml size retails for $5.00USD.

Moon flower polish turquesa swatch

Moon flower polish turquesa swatch


Amarillo is described as warm yellow sunny creme. Yellow is always a hard one for me and am actually really impressed with the colour payoff overtop the black base - I'd say that's pretty vivid. A lot of the times when I use yellow overtop black bases, it ends up looking a bit more green and Amarillo kept true to it's yellow tone - I love it! 

This warm sunny yellow is apart of the 12 piece Rainbow Cremes collection.

The full size 15ml retails for $9.00USD and the small 7ml size retails for $5.00USD.

Moon flower polish amarillo swatch

Moon flower polish amarillo swatch

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Final Thoughts:

I'm overall really impressed with the pigmentation of these polishes overtop the black base! I feel stamping polishes paired with a white base will always look good, and feel the true test (at least for me) is how they'll look overtop a black/dark base - they killed it! These polishes are a double whammy because they can be worn as regular polish as well as used for stamping - how awesome is that? Due to the pigmentation of these polishes, I would suggest wearing a base coat when wearing them as regular polish as they may stain the natural nail. However, when I was cleaning excess polish off my skin, I didn't experience any staining. I did use a latex barrier but even when removing, it left behind some tid bits of polish and I just cleaned it up with a clean up brush and polish remover. Some stamping polishes are a pain to remove off the skin when cleaning up, as they can stain the cuticles (pet peeve lol) and these don't do that - so happy!!!! Overall, these are definitely stamping polishes I'd recommend and appreciate how affordable they are! 

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Thank's for stopping by and hope to see you back in my next post <3

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