3D Acrylic Stamping

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Suzie discovers a new tool for 3D Acrylic Stamping. She just got a kit, and shares her first time experience using it.

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Products featured in this video:

Chisel Nail Art 3D Stamping Kit:

Kiara Sky Dipping Powder

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There are unlimited uses per user and the promo will end March 31, 2017

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Have Fun!
Suzie
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40 COMMENTS

  1. Ahh Egor, if only you paid the electric bill!! I do my nails and watch you and that is not always a good thing, but anyhoo, It is fun to watch you, you are a great teacher BECAUSE you play also. That in its self is the best way to teach! Fascinates the hell out of me. I live in Oklahoma so no way could I ever take a class But does not make the video less appreciated.

  2. Remember, hon….""Doug Schoon, from CND, warns nail techs that just because the product has cured enough to shape and file the nail, it isn’t completely cured. It could take up to 24 hours to complete the polymerization process. If a tech is careless about creating the correct ratio, the product could take weeks to cure, which allows the product plenty of time to sit on the nail and seep through to the nail bed. Potentially, the tech could be giving herself another fill before the polymerization product is complete. Because the curing process takes this long, techs should avoid contact with nail filing and dust. Those filings still contain molecules that are small enough to penetrate the skin. If techs rest their arms on the filings for an extended period of time, they are more likely to develop a reaction."

  3. I wonder how it can be called 3D, when you're filling the stamp mark with acrylic and then filing it down. It's not really 3D if your nail is all one thickness; it doesn't actually sit on top of your nail.

  4. I think this would work better if you just put a blob of acrylic on top of you already prepped nail, and stamp it on top of the blob, something like the 3D flowers… It would be like a wax stamp on a letter 🙂

  5. Hi dear Suzie!! 🙂
    I love yours tutorials <3
    I like to ask about "aquarium nails", because my clients ask about them, and I feel they are really fat and not so cute. But maybe I'm wrong and make them uncorrect?? If You'll find some time, response please. Best regards!! 🙂

  6. Hi Suzie! I'm very new to nail artistry so I still have A LOT to learn. I've noticed in many YouTube tutorials by other artists that they take a jumbo file then use the side edge to touch the nail diagonally after it's painted. Do you happen to know what they are doing and why it's being done? I can send an example if you need to see one. Thanks!!

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