Hi lovelies! In today’s video I will be sharing a cute and colourful water marble design that is just so easy to DIY with any other colour combination. I used 4 colours from the essence shine last & go collection, which 3 are from their new spring/summer 2021 collection update. The yellow is from their first ever released shine last & go collection, but I think is still available as we speak :)
If you’d like to know more about water marbling or maybe want me to do more designs like this in other cute colour combinations, definitely let me know in the comment section down below!
Hi lovelies! In today’s video I am doing a valentine’s day watermarble design with some beautiful new Orly polishes that I’ve been sent as PR. When I saw these I was instantly inspired to use them for a vday design, so here it is :) I will be doing a full on swatch and review on all 3 colours, probably in a nailpolish of the week compilation video or so. Let me know in the comments down below what you are going to wear on your nails for upcoming valentine’s day!
Water marble designs are pretty much my favourite nail designs to do. They are a lot of fun to create and even more fun to see how each and every nail turns out. It’s unique and so easy to do, even with stamping polishes! For this design I used some neon coloured stamping polishes by Born Pretty Store, some water, a bowl and a ball end needle to drag the polishes. Don’t forget to use my Born Pretty Store discount code (FEM20) to save some money!
Ever since I have gotten the 16 piece holographic nail polish collection in from Born Pretty Store, I was wondering how they would water marble on top of a black base. Just for fun (and because I am glitter obsessed) I added some additional glitter nail polishes by Nicole Diary :)
PS: Don’t forget to use my 20% discount code (FEM20) when ordering some nail goodies from BPS yourself!
Time for a super easy DIY halloween nail art design :D I decided to do a quick watermarble design with cute candy corn inspired colours. Let me know if you will recreate this yourself, and if you have any questions you can always leave them in the comments down below.