On my index finger, this is how the image came out after doing one scrape over the image and then stamping it. On my middle finger, this is one scrape. On my ring finger, I tried to scrape the image multiple times before attempting to stamp it--it came out a bit better. Pinky is just one scrape.
During this first attempt, the rubber part of the stamper from Born Pretty Store kept getting squashed and lop sided. Here's what I mean:
Second attempt: This is all done with the Born Pretty Store stamper.
As you can see, this did come out better than my first attempt, but this is with me scraping the image four times before picking it up with the stamper. Having to scrape the image so many times to come out fairly clean scratched my image plate. There are quite a bit of bald spots and smudges too.
|Here's a quick comparison of a Konad stamper/scraper (top) with the Born Pretty Store stamper/scraper (bottom)|
Overall, I would not be able to recommend this item. Stamping is my main method of doing nail art and I really like my stamping to come out clean. Most of all, stamping is supposed to be an easy method of creating nail art, but scraping the image several times or having to constantly put the rubber stamper back in place created more work. If you are not a blogger, this item may be okay for you to use since it is unlikely anyone will look closely at your nails to see bald spots or smudges.
You can purchase this item here for $3.03. You can use my code "NV7X31" for 10% off of your purchase.
***Product provided for review***