Monday, April 28, 2014

Water-marble - Guest nails

Those who saw my previous post know that I made recently the nails of two of my friends. I've created a water-marble to my dear friend Aliz, I usually avoid this technique because of the mess, but I promised her that I will show her how to make a nail design with water. She was thrilled by the results, but I think I could do better. I had some problems with the spreading of the polish on the surface of the water, but at least the polishes didn't created bubbles on the nails :) I chosed the beautiful limited edition green-blue polish from Kallos and combined it with a white one. This is the result.






Be gentile with me, I know that this is not of my best designs, but I decided to try it again. Maybe you girls who like this technique could give me some tips!

23 comments:

  1. arata grozav <3 trebuie sa incerc si eu :*

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    1. Vai, iti multumesc. Este bine sa auzi ca ii place la cineva, mai ales daca eu personal nu sunt multumita de rezultat! :)

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  2. These look lovely! I love the colours you picked, they go so great together :) I'm not good at all at watermarbling so I can't give you any tips unfortunately - but I think your watermarble came out ten times prettier than any watermarble I've ever done! :)

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    1. Oh, your very kind. Sometimes I am looking at tutorials, and it seems so easy, but it isn't!

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  3. Hello my dear, I'm back! =)
    I just love the effect of water marble! I wish, I could do it too.
    Wish you a nice week!
    Kisses and hugs.

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    1. Thank you very much. Well, I wish I could do it better too :)

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  4. Hmmm They aren't the typical water marble, a bit messy here and there I admit BUT I still like it cause I think it's very unique and the colors look so pretty <3 To me it looks a lot like real marble since the patterns are unexpected ^-^

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words. The truth is, that I have to practice a lot!

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  5. Să înţeleg că te-ai hotărât să câştigi şi bani de pe urma talentului tău deosebit sau e doar de dragul distracţiei şi artei?
    Arată foarte tare desenul!

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    1. Ei, la prieteni totul este cadou! M-am gandit sa castig bani din acest domeniu, dar dat fiind faptul ca nu am studii de manichiurista multi considera ca nu am dreptul sa cer bani pentru acest lucru. Adica munca depusa nu este apreciata :)

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  6. Wow îmi place mult acest model. Mie îmi place mult albastrul. Te pup.

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    1. Thank you, I am happy that you like it!

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  8. Very nice! :-) I like the final effect! :-)

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    1. Yes, I like the final effect of water-marble, but in my case, it never looks good :((
      Thank you for your comment!

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  9. Hello dear thanks for your visit, I'll wait for the new post. Keep in touch.

    Valentina.

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  10. I like it!! I haven't tried this technique myself because I'm just scared to make a huge mess!! Have you tried putting glue on the skin around the nails so it doesn't get too hard to clean? I haven't tried that myself but I see it on instagram nail accounts all the time.

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  11. Oh it's lovely! Hehe, but perhaps it wasn't as how you expected it to be. But that's something I noticed about water-marble techniques as a few other techniques, is to expect the unexpected! Haha!! Don't be too harsh on yourself, the truth is, it did turned out great! :)

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  12. Wow, such a sophisticated look. Definitely an eye-catcher.

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  13. I don't see why you aren't happy about this - I love it!!

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