I had this idea that I wanted to use my color changing polish in a marble to see the effect that it would have on the look. Well, it turned out nothing like I saw it in my head--and the polish was actually hard to work with in the water. (That is the thing about water marbling: you may have the best idea and color choices that you want to use, but they might not disperse right in the water or dry to fast to get a good marble. I get sad sometimes about that. Typically I have found sparkles and metallics have a hard time for marbling. Now I'm adding color changing polish to that list) Anyway, even though it didn't turn out like I saw in my head, I thought this was actually a kind of cool result. Since it's mostly hot here now, and the color changing polish didn't spread a lot in the water (which means less on the nail), you don't really get a chance to see the darker color this polish when looking at this manicure. I feel like I have a secret hidden in my polish and that kind of excited me! You may never see it, but I know it's there (and I'll see it every time I run my hands under cold water and want to see a surprise).
First I base coated my nails with OPI Skinny Dip'N in Lake Michigan. I used China Glaze Tinsel, Sexy Silhouette and Claire's Daring/Innocent Mood Changing Polish for the three marble colors. I used two coats of Seche Vite to finish the look.