Spring Water Marble Nails -Easy Technique

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You know when you really like the way something looks but you hate doing it? No, I'm not talking about exes, I'm talking about water marbling :) If you're been reading my blog for a while perhaps you remember my rage when I did a water marble and then swore I'm never doing it again. No, I didn't cave in, I found a way around it. I've found a new water marble technique online where you don't have to dunk fingers in the water and deal with the nasty cleanup.

You just drip the polish in water, make the design and then just let it sit. In a few hours the nail polish completely dries and you can gently pick the thin layer of dried polish from the water surface. Then you just cut it into decals and apply it over a slightly wet polish on your nails. You have some clean up left but nothing drastic.


I wanted something happy and colorful. For water marbling I used Bourjois Green Fizz, Kiko 336, Color Club Wink Wink Twinkle and Depend 035 (same 'cause it didn't show). I didn't wanna overkill it with marble so I combined it with Green Fizz on some nails.


I loved this mani and I even got a few compliments on it which rarely happens in real life, I usually get passive aggressive ones haha :)


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