MoYou London Suki 07 Stamping Plate Review & Swatches

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I’ve done 2 different manis now with the MoYou London Suki 07 plate so I think it’s time for a plate review!

MoYou London Suki 07 Plate

MoYou London Suki 07 Plate

This is the first of the MoYou large mural style plates that I’ve used. The entire plate is one continuous image and you can use any part of the plate to stamp. I was a little daunted at first trying to figure out where I should pick up images from and how best to use the plate but really… anyway you use it will be great!

MoYou London Suki 07 Plate Scan

MoYou London Suki 07 Plate Scan

This plate stamped pretty well, though I’m still fairly new to stamping. I had no problem getting clear crisp stamps with it when I was quick and neat with my technique though I am still learning the best angles to scrape at and which of my polishes works best for stamping.

And now for swatches! Since this is one large continuous image there are so many possible nail looks! I’ve swatched 12 different portions of the plate below but really, the looks you can create with this are infinite!

MoYou London Suki 07 Plate Swatches

MoYou London Suki 07 Plate Swatches

The woman’s face is a little large to fit on any of my nails when stamped normally, however if you have a fairly squishy stamping head it’s possible to shrink the image down.

You can see manis using the dragon head stamp (middle row, far left) here and here. It fits well on my thumbs but if you have smaller nails you can shrink it down and maintain the detail in it.

Check out a mani using the swirl patterns (2nd and 4th stamps on top row and last stamp on middle row) here.

The shell/scale pattern (bottom row, far left) was used here.

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