For the manicure, I first painted two coats of Zoya Sarah on my nail. I then marbled Sarah and Ulta Black Diamond. After that marble dried and the water was dry off the nail bed, I marbled with China Glaze OMG (silver holo) and Sally Hansen Diamond Strength in Flawless (clear) over the previous marble. I used one coat of Seche Vite to seal the manicure and add lots of shine!
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Double The Marble, Double The Pleasure!
I'm going out to a birthday party tonight and have had this manicure planned for weeks. The party got postponed last Saturday due to tons and tons of snow here in Minnesota--which is now half melted, but now it finally gets to see the light. I am so excited about this manicure and it's result! It's a double water marble and it's super awesome, true? I'll admit that water marbling is a lot of work, but the payoff can be very satisfying. I really do hope to do more tutorials, but the reality is that although I have a live-in filmmaker, he is very busy. This means I'll have to learn all the lighting, camera usage and video editing info myself and I'm not sure how much energy I have to do that. But I really should figure it out! If you haven't checked out my basic water marbling tutorial, you can watch it here. I am also more than willing to answer any questions via email you might have about tips and techniques.