The technique is: IT'S NOT WATER MARBLE. It is stamping! What's really good about it is that it is very easy to achieve. The downside is it's only limited to this design. But the brilliant minds of nail plate makers might just come up with more water marble designs in the near future. I'll keep my fingers crossed!
NAIL ART DETAILS
Let's move on to the details of this nail art. For my base, I used Zoya Pixie Dust Sunshine which I purchased from Polish Please. It is a very beautiful navy blue polish that dries to a textured finish. I used two thin coats for this.
I, then, stamped my base with the water marble image from Born Pretty Store BP 41. The stamping polish I used is Nature Republic Pastel Blue.
For the flowers, I used MoYou London Mother Nature 02 and a white polish. I colored it using leadlight technique and my DIY jellies. I added some silver studs to complete the look. I didn't apply any top coat.
Here are some close-up shots of my mani:
After making this nail art, I realized that stamping on textured polishes gives a nice effect. This is going to be my new favorite. I'm now considering making more nail arts using textured polishes.
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Anyway, that's it for this post. Thank you for reading! :)
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