Thursday, March 26, 2015

Watermarble using M Polish!

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Hey y'all!

Today on the blog, I have a simple post for you showing these pink and nude watermarble nails. 

Watermarble using KBShimmer In Bare Form as a base and M Polish Annette for the marble.

Here's a picture showing what I used for this look:

Left to right: QTica nail growth stimulator, KBShimmer In Bare Form, M Polish Annette, Sally Hansen Clear'd For Takeoff, KBShimmer Clearly On Top

I started with 3 coats of KBShimmer In Bare Form as a base color for my watermarble. Once it had a few minutes to mostly dry, I placed liquid latex around my nail to protect my skin from the polish. Using M Polish Annette and a clear polish from Sally Hansen called Clear'd For Takeoff, I created the watermarble that you see above. Once it had dried for a few minutes, I added my favorite new topcoat: KBShimmer Clearly On Top. 

I was really happy with how this turned out, although it was cloudy that day so I wasn't able to capture the sparkle of In Bare Form which is always a bummer. Why is it always cloudy when I want to wear a holo?! 

What do you think of this look? Have you ever used clear polish for a watermarble? Which clear is your favorite for that technique?

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  1. Great marble. I use nailene clear or wet n wild for marbling x

  2. Beautiful marble! I'm curious how the Sally Hansen performed for marbling. I'm always on the hunt for a clear polish for marbling that doesn't cost an arm and a leg like Nail Envy.

    1. Honestly, I didn't love it. It made my pink all stringy looking and the bands were too blown out. :/

  3. Gorgeous marbling!! I'm very intrigued by the SH for watermarbling, like Amy ^ I hate using my Nail Envy.

    1. I didn't care for it. It made my rings too skinny and stringy. The design was hard to make. :/

  4. I just tried my first watermarble this weekend. It was pretty fugly but ya gotta start somewhere!