Hello guys and gals- it's time for another adventures in water marbling. If you haven't seen this technique before on my blog- you're in for a treat. Water marbling your nails can pump out some really fun designs and for me because I'm not a major pro at it there's always the element of surprise at what's going to turn out. So basically watermarbling is when you take a cup of room temp water and place drops of polishes on top of each other one after another in the water and then use a tool to make a design in the layered polish. Cool right? Fo sho (but warning- also messy). The colors I wanted to test out today are bright magenta pink, darkest dark navy blue, and white. Here's what resulted:
Here is the base polish Sally Hansen X-treme Wear Razz-berry on her own. She is one of a group of Summer brights this brand put out this year, and honestly, Razz-berry is the ONLY cream polish that did not give me formula issues which is a bummer cuz they are some gorgeous creams. Just a little heads-up if you've got your eyes on them. This is two coats here:
That's it for today. Another challenge day in my belt- tomorrow we move on to the last ten days of the challenge. Tomorrow's challenge is a manicure inspired by a color- which is pretty much like the first few days of the challenge if you ask me...but that's all right. I'll give you a hint- I gave blue some more of the spotlight. Hope your day is triumphant! See you tomorrow.
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