Monday, May 5, 2014

Review and Before & After: MoYou-London Explorer Collection 13

Hello!!

I've got another lovely MoYou London plate to share with you, and it's a more standard type of plate this time, with only individual images. :)

Here is the video I made about the plate, it's a short one:



And here are the stills:

MoYou London Explorer Collection 13

MoYou London Explorer Collection 13

MoYou London Explorer Collection 13

MoYou London Explorer Collection 13

And of course you want to get a feel for how big the images are, so here is a comparison with my good ol' standard Konad plate:

MoYou London Explorer Collection 13 vs. Konad

Okay, so. I know this plate isn't for everyone. I love masks--I guess it goes along with my Halloween and Mardi Gras fixation. I admit it. But even if it's not your thing, you have to admire the variety of masks they have on here, something for every mask-related type and occasion. :)

You know I had to do something crazy with this...So I started with a very fun glitter from a very under-appreciated brand, LeChat's Ready For My Close Up:


LeChat Ready For My Close Up
 
LeChat Ready For My Close Up

LeChat Ready For My Close Up


Then I went insane with the masks! I stamped most of them with Sally Hansen Chartreuse Chase, and then the one on the ring finger with China Glaze Passion. I added a few rhinestones, some loose glitter, and a half-bead for that party bling:






And I'm all ready for a mystical evening of masquerade madness!

Thanks for stopping by! Hugs,
M.



19 comments:

  1. That is a fun plate! I've been getting into stamping recently so I've been eying some MoYou stamping plates recently. I've never tried them but from what I've seen so far on them, they look amazing! I'm planning to make an order with them in the near future :)

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    1. Which ones are you eyeing? I have a few more reviews in my queue, if there's something you want to see that I can bump up, I'm happy to do it. :)

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous!!! I haven't quite taken the plunge and purchased any stamping plates yet but you've made it look very, very appealing here!

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    1. Thank you thank you! You really should take the plunge, they're so fun. But then, I'm clearly biased, lol!

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  3. Lovely glitter! I really like what you did with the plate... I honestly wasn't expecting to kite it fromjust looking at the plates... not a huge fan of masks but you make it work! :)

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    1. *like it
      Oops my autocorrect on my phone isn't working so well lol

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    2. LOL! Autocorrect is a blessing and a curse...mostly a curse! Yeah, if you're not into masks, this is not the plate for you, so that's quite a compliment!

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  4. I love the masquerade masks. This makes me think of Mardi Gras. And Romeo and Juliet. And Shakespeare. Soo many cute ideas inspired by this plate. I love it! Your mani is great!!!

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    1. And Phantom Of The Opera! My friend Dina suggested that one. :) Thank you!!

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  5. I love what you did with this plate! It's a very fun mani!

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  6. Must resist...feeling the urge to shop...aaaaaaaa!
    These video tours are dangerous to the wallet.
    Tag you're it! <3

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    1. Hey, you sucked me into the vintage Sally Hansens, I don't feel guilty at all! :P

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  7. This mani is amazing! I love how to incorporated rhinestones and all that stuff Wow!

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  8. I love it that you just went crazy with stamping; the end result looks great! :)

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  9. omg, I am a mask freak! So much that I wish we were required to wear them! LOL
    I love your mani. Great polish selections and placement. And the rhinestones are fabulous!

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    1. I would sign up for that, lol. Masks are so awesome!!! And thank you! :)

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