That's really the long story short version (I promise you can Google it and find much more detailed examples on YouTube:) But for tonight's post, I wanted to share with you some of the pictures I took from when I tried it for the first (and only lol) time!
The ones I used were:
Now, I'm not gonna lie and say "omg guys, this was soooo easy!! Everyone should do it!!" It took a lot of time and I redid some of my nails several times because they didn't look just right. It's not the hardest thing ever, and with the right amount of patience (and polish;) I'm sure anyone would be able to do it. But you definitely have to set aside enough time so you don't rush yourself.
|right after removing tape|
|closeup of after tape|
So, I apologize for not having a perfect picture of the completely cleaned up mani to show you, but I did this several months ago (pre-blog) so I just got some pictures to send my friend Katie while I was doing it (and trying to convince her that she should try it too!)
|the mess at the end:)|
How 'bout you? Have you tried watermarbling? Did it turn out for you? What polishes worked best? And what advice would you give to other girls wanting to try?