25 Unique Black And White Nail Art Designs 2015 Water Marble Nails
Water marble nails are that one trendy nail art that represents the beauty of nature most. The thing is that the outcome you achieve with this techniques corresponds with the way the natural marble stone looks like. But that is not where all the benefits end! Apart from looking flawless and gorgeous, these designs are easy to copy. This was my very first water marble tutorial in 2011! I recently remade this marble! Check out the video! http//youtu.be/HCBOLNsoHqA ----- Did you do a recreation of. Water Marble Procedure. Apply base coat and nail polish on all nails. Using white nail polish will help make the marbling effect come out clearer than with the other colours. Gently place a few drops of nail polish on the surface of the water. Switch to another colour and add a few drops in the middle of the previous polish. To create a marble nail effect using water, start by filling a cup with room temperature water and dripping 1 drop of nail polish onto the surface of the water. Once the polish spreads out into a circle, place a drop of polish in another color on top, and swirl a toothpick through the circle to create the marble effect. Add the nail varnish to the cup. Put some nail varnish on the brush. Hold it 1 cm above the centre of the waters edge. Gently tap the handle of the brush until the varnish drips into the water. Add a second colour in the same way into true middle of fat colour. Carry on the pattern in this way. This is the second installment of my water marble nail art tutorial. This video includes strips, flower and spider web designs. All looks are very simple and easy to do. All the nail polishes that. BORN PRETTY Template Stamping Plate Water Marble Rectangle Manicure Nail Art Image Plate BPL-61. 3.4 out of 5 stars 12. $3.99 $ 3. 99. $1.50 shipping. Usually ships within 2 to 3 weeks. Simple Modern Summit Water Bottle with Straw Lid - Wide Mouth Vacuum Insulated 18/8 Stainless Steel Powder Coated. Water marble nails are a finger nail art technique involving dropping nail lacquers into clear water and creating a pattern on the water surface, the pattern is then transferred to the nails.