After we invented the world's first ever nail art mat - we decided to focus in on a few things! Let's face it - we all need a little more room sometimes to make decals - and this mat provides the space and templates to do just that. So create away you creative soul and let the colors fly - this little mat is up for even your biggest nail art challenges!
Check out our all new color! Beautiful, bold black allows you to easily create light-colored nail art with ease!
The mat is 9" x 8" and is specially coated on it's front side to resist dust and lint on the top and engineered to cling to virtually any surface on the bottom €“ that way your nail art space stays tidy, and doesn't run the risk of moving while you work on your project.
A little bit more about Uber Mats:
Are you tired of ruining every surface you use with acetone and polish? Do you have to wait F.O.R.E.V.E.R. to make reverse stamps or stamping decals using your one or two stamper heads? Well, not anymore. This nail art mat by UberChic Beauty is brand new to the nail art world and is already turning heads. Take your nail art to the next level by experiencing the Uber Mat for yourself. Our nail art mats are the perfect companion for almost every kind of nail art you can imagine.
What does it do?
1. Easily test out color combos on your mat 2. Protect your table from stains and spills 3. Simple Cleanup: Acetone and Nail Polish Remover proof 4. Create easy peasy stamping decals 5. Reverse stamp like a boss 6. Super flexible for easy cleanup and storage 7. Dry Marble and Dry "Water" Marble like a pro (without the mess!) 8. It's food-grade so you could literally eat off of it 9. Makes you feel 20% more chic 10. We just put this in here because we know we haven't covered everything you can do with this...
What polishes work?
For reverse stamping - we tested 3 different top coats and all worked flawlessly - even the fast drying ones. We tested H K Girl from Glisten and Glow, Sally Hansen Mega Shine and Out the Door by INM - all worked so try what you have to see if it works too!
If you have polish that stains your stampers (like really, highly, extremely, very, very...very pigmented polish - also some jelly/leadlighting polishes may stain for unknown reasons) - they may stain the mat. We found 99.5% of polishes work fine so if you're worried just test a small part on the side to see if it does.
Long Term Love:
Do not let stamper heads (mostly the sticky ones) sit on it for an extended period of time (more than a few hours) as it may cause un-doable bubbling of the mat. We found this happen when you let the flat part of the head sit on the mat overnight. We're thinking this is due to the oils that are found on some stamper heads.