by Nails by KC
Water-marbling can be time consuming as you often have to do one nail at a time, but I think it is worth it! I love how this technique looks. It can be a bit hit and miss, but if you are persistent you will get the hang of it in no time! You can use as many colours as you like, some brands of nail polish tend to work better than others so its just trail and error.
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For this step you will need a small container or plastic/paper cup filled with room temperate water. This is important, if the water is too cold or too hot, the polish will not spread, and it will not work.
Place drops of nail polish into the water one at a time, waiting for each colour to spread before adding the next. Do this as many times as you want.
Using a tooth pick or dotting tool, swirl/drag the polish to create your desired look. Once you have found a section you are happy with, place your finger directly onto the polish and using the same tooth pick from earlier, pull away remaining polish while your finger is still dipped in the water. Repeat this step for each of your nails.
TIP: Place scotch tape or vaseline around your nails to make cleaning up easier.