Bundle Monster Stamping Polish Review

Monday, January 29, 2018

Bundle Monster Stamping Polish Review

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bundle monster stamping polish review

Hi friends, welcome back! Harlow & Co recently brought in Bundle Monster stamping nail polishes to their shop and I was sent some for review! Along with the stamping polishes, I was sent the Smudge Free Top Coat. I will be doing an entirely separate review on the top coat in the near future. 

I've been wanting to try the Bundle Monster stamping nail polishes for quite some time now but Bundle Monster doesn't ship nail polish to Canada. It's so amazing to have a Canadian stockist such as Harlow & Co carrying them! I'm a huge fan of nail stamping and was excited to be sent 6 shades to test out and review!

For consistency I used the same image from the Bundle Monster stamping plate Polynesia BM-XL108 (long time favourite stamping plate) and the Big Bling XL stamper from Clear Jelly Stamper. I would have used a Bundle Monster stamper to keep with the brand, but I unfortunately don't own one yet. Each design was sealed with the Bundle Monster Smudge Free Top Coat.

Let's get onto the swatches!

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Bundle Monster - Marzipan

I would describe Marzipan as a dusty/greyed out purple. 

I found the consistency of Marzipan to be thicker, as a stamping polish should be. I stamped overtop a black base as I feel that's the best way to see how pigmented a lighter shade performs. I used very little polish and it wen't a long way. I'm very impressed with this shade as it offers amazing colour payoff overtop the black base!

bundle monster marzipan stamping polish

bundle monster marzipan stamping polish

Bundle Monster - Doll Dance

I would describe Doll Dance as a pastel sky blue.

The consistency of Doll Dance is the same as the above shade Marzipan. Again, I stamped overtop a black base to test the pigmentation. I used very little polish and a little goes a long way. Very happy with this shade as it offers amazing colour pay off overtop the black base!

bundle monster doll dance stamping polish

bundle monster doll dance stamping polish

Bundle Monster - Ballet Flats

I would describe Ballet Flats as a nude with pink undertones.

The consistency of Ballet Flats is the same as the above two stamping polishes, which I really like so far. Again, to test pigmentation I applied a black base and was very happy with the colour payoff. Aside from this shade, I only have 1 or 2 other nude shades of stamping polishes and this one takes the cake!

bundle monster ballet flats stamping polish

bundle monster ballet flats stamping polish

Bundle Monster - Magic Hour

I would describe Magic Hour as a rose gold shade.

I feel like I'm sounding repetitive but the consistency of Magic Hour is the same as the above colours. I haven't come across a metallic shade that disappoints me and this one wasn't any different. Amazing colour pay off overtop the black base and a little goes a long way. I do own quite a good amount of metallic stamping polishes but this shade is very unique to my collection - I love it!

bundle monster magic hour stamping polish

bundle monster magic hour stamping polish

Bundle Monster - Toy Soldier

I would describe Toy Soldier as a deep wine red/cranberry shade.

I found the formula on Toy Solider to be a little thinner in comparison to the above shades, but definitely not watery thin. I chose to use this overtop a white base and love the colour pay off! It does show a little brighter against a white base versus what it looks like directly in the bottle. I did a test stamp overtop my nail art mat on a black square and it wasn't impressive over the black base. I didn't really expect it to be as it's quite a dark shade. This is another shade that is unique to my collection and so glad I own it!

bundle monster toy soldier stamping polish

bundle monster toy soldier stamping polish

Bundle Monster - Harlequin

I would describe Harlequin as a deep teal.

I found the formula on Harlequin to be similar to the above Toy Solider, a teeny more fluid versus the first 5 shades. Not watery fluid, just a notch or 2 down in consistency from the first 5 shades. I chose to go with a white base as it wasn't impressed overtop the black test square I did. Great colour payoff and love having this addition to my collection as I don't own a shade like it!

bundle monster harlequin stamping polish

bundle monster harlequin stamping polish

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I've got to give it up to Bundle Monster because these are really impressive! I've been into nail stamping for a good number of years and have tried various stamping polish brands. Having said that, I'm quite picky when it comes to my stamping polishes and these are incredible! A huge thank you to Harlow&Co for sending these wonderful stamping polishes my way and I'll have to order some more shades down the line! 

Have you ever tried Bundle Monster stamping polishes? If so, what are your thoughts?

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Thank you so much for reading and I hope to see you next time!

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