Stamping doesn't always give you a ton of artistic freedom, but it's still a way to get a lot of great designs. However, there are a few ways you can make a stamped manicure more interesting. One of them is to stamp with multiple colors and create a fun tie-dye effect.
Here is an example of a manicure done using this technique. The bright tie-dye combined with the butterfly print is perfect for spring and summer!
Getting a manicure like this is super simple, especially if you already know how to stamp. Paint your nails your base color (I used Wet n Wild French White Creme) and let it dry completely.
Now get everything ready. Timing is key in stamping, and using multiple polishes does take a little longer. Have them all open and ready to go, and your plate out. I used a peace sign design from BM07.
Now all you have to do is use the brush from the polish bottles to put dots of the different colors onto the design in random places. There doesn't need to be any rhyme or reason to it.
And then scrape and stamp as usual! Follow with a thick topcoat like Seche Vite.
Now for the finished design...
The stamping colors are Sally Hansen Lively Lilac, Brisk Blue, and Lickety-Split Lime.
Let me know if you try stamping this way!