You ll need a small cup of water a light colored base polish various other colors of polish a cocktail stick tape and polish remover.
What do you need to make water marble nail art.
You spread the design using a stick and then dipping your nails into the drawn design pattern until it is transferred to the nails.
This is also a good alternative if you don t have much time to dip them into.
It is important that you allow the outer nail polish to dry before removing.
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.
Water marble nail art without water dry marble.
If you tried it before and it just didn t work out or your new to water marble this is the video for you.
In today s nail art tutorial hannah will be showing you her tips and tricks on how to perfectly do the water marbling nai.
A container filled with water preferably bottled water nail polish remover tissues sticky tape nail polishes of your choice base coat top coat tooth picks cotton swabs scissors an old towel optional fast drying nail spray.
The technique of water marble nails art involve dropping nail polishes onto the surface of clear water.
Apply a base coat to your nails to enhance the color intensity and to help the polish colors stick to your nail surface easily it also gives your nails a clear visible water marble effect and makes your nail colors look more vibrant and brighter you can use a white base coat or any other color of your choice.
Water marble your nails perfectly.
Do others call it dry marble nail art.
For this nail art you ll need.
While water marbling nail art calls for the use of water to get a great and clear marbling effect it s possible to achieve a similar marbling effect without the use of water.
When done dip your nail into bowl wait a few seconds.
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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.
When you remove your finger from the bowl there should be no more excess polish.