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Nail Challenge Day 20: B&W Watermarbled

Ok so wow! I have some huge respect for you watermarble pros out there! This was my hardest challenge so far and while it's not a complete failure, it did take me a few tries to get this one done. You can still see some mistakes but I still really love the colour combo and will be willing to try again soon!




I just started off with two coats of China Glaze's White on White and add alternate circles of this white and China Glaze's Liquid Leather for the watermarble.


Stay tuned for Day 21: Inspired by a Colour and be sure to stop by Jayne's blog Cosmetic Proof and Traci's blog DrinkCitra to see what gorgeous designs they also created for this challenge! 

Happy Watermarbling!
XOXO
Naomi

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Comments

  1. Mistakes? I can't find any. It's so beautiful and how I envy you. I totally suck at nail art :(

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  2. I still need to try marbelling...this looks so great!

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  3. Great job, I love black and white designs

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  4. I really like this! It's a fun twist on standard black and white :D My favourite one is the middle finger nail! :)

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  5. This turned out really well Naomi!!! Mistakes, pffft!

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  6. Wow, these look really awesome!

    http://eternal-simplicity.blogspot.com

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  7. These look wonderful Nao!

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  8. This was my hard challenge too! I think yours turned out great!! The designs you got out of it look cool :D

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  9. I tried water marbling a couple times and maybe one nail would look good, but the others would be a mess! All my friends who tried it had the same issues. This looks good though.

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