Indigo Stamping Plate 02

Indigo Stamping Plate 02


6 in stock

Hypnotic stylings that are hard to take your eyes off of? It’s easier than you think! Reach for the Indigo stamp template and choose from 12 delightful, Op Art designs that will surely catch your client’s eye. Now you can stamp their dream decorations in just a few moments!



Indigo Nails product lines are for professional use only and are to be used for the purpose intended by a qualified and insured person of adult age. This means Indigo Nails will accept no responsibility if the products are incorrectly used and cause any harm or damage.

6 in stock

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  • Dimensions: 60x120mm
  • Purpose: creating stamp decorations
  • Application onto: any type of nail plate


  • Laser engraved metal sheet
  • 12 geometrical designs in the Op Art style




1. Prepare the nail surface for stamping:



Cover the surface with a matte top coat or buff it with a 280 grit buffer and clean it thoroughly with a cotton pad soaked in Cleaner 1.



After filing, cover the surface with a matte top coat or buff it with a 280 grit buffer and clean thoroughly with a cotton pad soaked in Cleaner 1.



Wait until the colour layer is completely dry.


2. Choose a pattern from the template plate and cover it generously with the stamping varnish.

3. Reach for a scraper and with a quick, decisive movement, scrape off the excess varnish from the plate.

4. Immediately press the stamp onto the plate covered with varnish and transfer the pattern to the surface of the nail.

5. When the pattern dries, protect it with a selected top and cure it in the lamp (gel polish and gel manicure) or cover it with a top coat (classic manicure).



  • Clean the template gently with a cotton pad soaked in Nail Polish Remover.
  • If you use gels for stamping, reach for Wipe Off Cleaner.
  • If the gel hardens on the surface of the template, you can cover the affected area with cotton pads soaked in a Remover for a few minutes,  then clean the plate again with Wipe Off Cleaner. You can also soak the plate in warm water and use a wooden stick to gently remove the hardened gel from the nooks and crannies. Attention! Scratching the surface too hard with a stick or other tool can cause scratches that can be visible on the transferred patterns and destroy the decoration effect.
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