I can't remember if I mentioned that I was heading back to Melbourne for a couple of days this week. Well I have been and it was awesome. Cold but awesome. I miss living in Melbourne and can't wait to move back.
For today's post I want to share with you the other part of the package I received from DRK Nails. Not only was I lucky enough to receive the Themes Enlaced plate (you can see that post here) I also received five of the rectangle plates - two Designer plates, two Cobogo plates and DRK A5.
From what I can tell from the website there is only two plates in this collection, which are sold both individually or as a set. These plates are inspired by Brazilian architecture. I am a huge fan of geometric patterns and these are quite big so you shouldn't have any issues with the design not fitting on your nails. I would love to see more plates added to this collection.
Like with the Cobogo Collection, this collection also only has two plates. These, however, are only sold separately. I have mixed feelings about these two plates. I love plate 4 and think it has some really cool and unique designs. Plate 3 looks really good but I feel like the designs are a bit too big that you miss a lot of them on the nails (you can see what I mean in the swatch below). I'm going to have to play with this plate some more. I'm sure I can get some great manis from it.
This plate is part of a five plate range (each are sold individually). This isn't the typical plate that I would normally purchase. I tend to favor full nail designs rather than single images like this plate features.
Like with the Themes Enlaced plate, these plates are a really good quality and stamp quite well. I am definitely a fan of DRK Nails plates and will definitely be adding more to my collection in the near future. Do you have any of their plates? Which ones do you think I should pick up?
These plates, along with many others are available from DRK Nails.