Hello! Happy Saturday!!
Today I’m sharing another of my first attempts with you! This time I’m trying dry marbling nailart technique.
It is actually incredibly easy to do. My left hand version is much nicer than my Cindy hand. But it’s OK, this manicure supposed to look messy anyway 😛
What I’ve used for this manicure:
• Nails Inc nail polish in William Mews
• Rimmel London Lasting Finish nail polish in Your Majesty
• Rimmel London Salon Pro in Purple Rain
• Essie nail polish in Blanc
• Inm Out the Door Super fast drying top coat
• And a toothpick!
Paint your base colour. Before it gets too dry, dot some random coloured polishes around. Draw/drag the blobs of polishes around with the toothpick. It is that simple!
Wait a few minutes, paint a fast drying top coat for the shine and protect your *hard work*.
I repeat this step for rest of the nails.
I’m liking this technique, hope my next attempt will look more impressive than this one!
There is so much you can do with dry marbling. The colour combination, the patterns, each nail looks like a mini piece of art 😛
Have you heard of or seen Murano glass? Beautiful European glassware craft pieces… Artisans make jewellery, decorative pieces and vases using this Murano crafts.
I’m sure it can be mimic on nails, using a clear base instead of a white/colour base colour 😉
Anyhow, hope you like it too and have a go as well!
Thanks for reading and have a fab day.