Stamping Starter Kit

$ 14.99
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  • Stamping Starter Kit
  • Stamping Starter Kit
  • Stamping Starter Kit
  • Stamping Starter Kit
  • Stamping Starter Kit

Stamping Starter Kit

$ 14.99
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$ 14.99

The most important way to ensure a successful start into stamping is to have the right tools. Many people get frustrated when learning to stamp, and usually that can be attributed to not having the correct supplies. These kits are designed by a seasoned stamper and include the basic necessities to break into stamping. Each item is carefully chosen to work together and to give you the best chance for success. Stamping allows even the novice to produce beautiful nail art.

Each kit contains a pre-primed soft stamper (great for beginners!), stamping polish (this makes a huge difference), and cute, good quality stamping plates. The number of polishes, number of plates, and extras are dependent on the kit chosen.

There are three stamping kits to choose from:

BASIC STAMPING KIT (Save 10%)

  • 1 Soft Stamper w/Stamper Priming Service
  • 2 Mini Nail Hoot Stamping Polishes (Black and White)
  • 2 Born Pretty Stamping Plates (Round)
DELUXE STAMPING KIT (Save 15%)
  • 1 Soft Stamper w/Stamper Priming Service
  • 3 Mini Nail Hoot Stamping Polishes (Black, White, and Silver)
  • 3 Born Pretty Stamping Plates (Round)

PREMIUM STAMPING KIT (Save 20%)

  • 1 Soft Stamper w/Stamper Priming Service
  • 4 Mini Nail Hoot Stamping Polishes (Black, White, Silver, and Gold)
  • 4 Born Pretty Stamping Plates (Round)
  • 1 Bottle of Nail Hoot's Talon Tape

Stampers may vary, but will always be a soft pre-primed stamper (the best for newbies!). Plates are chosen at random from our store's in stock selection. You may request specific Born Pretty round plates in the notes section when you place your order. Your request will be honored if the plate is in stock at the time the kit is shipped. If no specific plates are chosen, or if the desired plate(s) are sold out, you will receive a random choice.

  • Nail Polish Ingredients

    All polishes are made using a 5-free base. They have:
    No Formaldehyde
    No Toluene
    No Camphor
    No DBP
    No Formaldehyde Resin

    All Polishes DO Contain:
    Nitrocellulose, Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol, Triphenyl Phosphate

    Additionally, Polishes MAY Contain:
    Heptane, N Butyl Acetate, Acrylates Copolymer, Ethanol, Propylene Glycol Methyl Ether, FD&C Lakes, D&C Lakes, Tin Oxide, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide, Ultramarines, Micas, Synthetic Flourphogopite, Magnesium Myristate, Magnesium Fluoride Coated Aluminum Mixture (Spectraflair - for holographic polishes), Cosmetic Glitters

    If you have a question regarding if a particular polish color has a "may contain" ingredient, please contact us personally and we will let you know. Please know that we do NOT use Arminex base for our polish.

  • Holo ... what? It can be confusing to figure out all the different terms used to describe polish, and some people might define terms differently than you are used to. Here is how we define the terms we use to describe our polishes.

    Chunky Glitter

    We define chunky glitter as anything that is bigger than micro-sized. These glitters would be easily seen when a polish is applied.

    Crelly

    The word crelly is a mixture between cream and jelly. The consistency of a crelly tends to be on the thinner side, but not as thin as a jelly. Many times these crellies contain varying sized glitter. At Nail Hoot, when we use the term crelly, we are always referring to polishes with chunky glitters.

    Duochrome

    Duochrome polishes appear to shift between two colors when viewed at various angles and lighting.

    Flakie

    Flakies are particles that can range from micro to large sized. These particles can be seen in the polish when it is worn. A flakie can compliment a polish, or stand out in contrast. Some flakies (such as UCC) shift colors.

    Flash

    Flash is like a glance of another color within the polish when viewed in various lighting or angles. Flash can be heavy (where the shift would be seen at almost all times), light (every once in a while it will catch your eye), or in between.

    Holographic (Scattered Holo, Linear Holo)

    Holographic polishes show special color changes when viewed in the direct sunlight.

    Linear holographic polishes have color changes that resemble a flame on the nail. This is the most pronounced type of holographic polish.

    Scattered holographic polishes have color changes that are scattered throughout the nail. It is typically more of a subtle holographic and does not exhibit a flame.

    Jelly

    Jelly polishes tend to be very thin. They're designed to be at least semi-transparent. Sometimes this is because there is glitter one would be unable to see otherwise. Another popular use of jelly polishes is to do nail art in between coats, to give the art a floating look.

    Microflakies

    Microflakies are flakies with a very small size. They are typically more pronounced than shimmer.

    Microglitter

    Microglitters are very small glitters that can serve many purposes. Holographic microglitters would give a scattered holographic look. Colored microglitters would give dimension to a polish. Polishes with glitter should always be topped with a layer of topcoat to smooth out the glitters and make the polish shine.

    Shimmer

    Shimmers are like a special added twinkle in the polish. Shimmer can compliment a polish, or stand out in contrast. Shimmer can be heavy, light, or in between. 

     UCC Flakies

    UCC stands for Ultra Chrome Chameleon. This special flakie is metallic and has color changing properties.

5-Free

All Nail Hoot polishes are 5-Free.

Handcrafted

All Nail Hoot polishes are handcrafted with care.

Cruelty Free

All Nail Hoot polishes are cruelty free.