Saturday, 17 March 2012

St. Patrick manicure - Water Marble

Hi,
Today I tried to make a four-leaf clover water marble manicure, but I only managed to do it on false nails, not on mine. I thought that it might be because they are too short; anyway - they were a total mess. Maybe you will try it too and you will get a better result than me. Firstly, you should paint your nails white or a nude colour and then, in a disposable glass, I put alternatively several drops of Avon -Green with envy and Sinful Colors -Happy ending. Using a toothpick, I created the four-leaf clover and then put the nail in the middle of the design.
 


At the end, I applied four green, heart-shaped rhinestones. I got them from a nail art store called Born Pretty for $3.33 . I finished with a clear top coat. What do you think? Could you give me some tips if you have tried it and got a nice result?

5 comments:

*Tip* said...

Wow! This is such a creative idea! I would've never thought of that!

Lydz said...

aw this is super cute!

Miss L said...

wow! This looks so pretty. Too bad it didn´t work on your nails.

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herts_babeuk said...

every time i try to marbling it doesnt work - when i put the drops of varnish in the water - it just drops to the bottom of the water or it doesnt spray out like yours done in the picture. so gutted :(

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