|Left - set of two individual stamping plates; R - Set with stamper, scraper, polish and one plate|
These are the three plates I got. I think they may be the only plates produced right now, as they are also the only three I can find on their website. One is available with the starter kit and the other two in a separate pack. Mostly they consist of individual images, although there are a couple of images that could be considered "full nail" images. The full nail images are smaller than full nail images on other plates such as Konad or Bundle Monster - I did manage to (mostly) fit it on my somewhat short middle finger, but for longer nails this wouldn't work so well as a full image.
|Comparison of Konad (L) to Fingrs Flirt (R)|
Additionally, these are not backed like Konad or the second gen BM plates, so they are a bit scratchy, although this has never really bothered me much. Despite the smaller size and lack of backing, the actual images stamped very well - I was pleased with how the polish settled into the design, how the design picked up, and they cleaned nicely as well. Overall the plates aren't as nice as Konad, but for the price they are still a great alternative.
|Konad (L), Fingrs Flirt (R)|
I was so excited to see the scraper was plastic, since I would love a spare. I am not a fan of metal scrapers, as they scratched up my plates when I used to use one. However, this scraper did not work well at all. It left streaks of polish that were so thick they transferred to the stamper and to the nail - not good. I tried several different times with different pressures/angles, but no such luck. Here is a picture of what an image looked like after scraping with the Fingrs Flirt scraper.
|Streaks - boo|
|Large end of double-ended Konad Stamper (L), Fingrs Flirt Stamper (R)|
The stamper was the same size as a normal stamper, or as the large end of a Konad double-sided stamper. The rubber picked up the image and transferred well. It has a super short little handle though, so I will still be using my Konad double-ended stamper.
The little bottle of white stamping polish works alright, although I felt like it wasn't quite as opaque as my Konad Special White polish that I normally use. Here are some examples of stamped images (over China Glaze Aquadelic)
As you can see, the polish stamped fine but maybe is just a tab bit more transparent than some other white stamping polishes.
While the tools in the kit (scraper/stamper/polish) are not my favorite ever, I do really like the plates. They have a lot of cute images, although some are of course very similar to Konad images. If you have been thinking about trying stamping but haven't yet invested in Konad or other systems, it is a cheaper alternative and easier to find if it is stocked in your local WalMart/other nearby stores. If you already have stamping equipment, the plates are worth having in your collection for the price. I won't be using their stamper or scraper but I am sure the plates will see plenty of use from me over time!