How to do Nails Art Designs Tutorial at Home | Top New Nail Polish Video Compilation #13

How to do Nails Art Designs Tutorial at Home | Top New Nail Polish Video Compilation #13

Water spotting is now a fashion in the world of nail art. And as you can see in the videos below, you can apply this technique to short or long nails! And the great thing is that it’s one of the techniques that doesn’t require any special nail art talent – you don’t even need a nail polish brush!

There are only a few nail accessories you need for a fun marble manicure, most of which you probably already have at home, plus some nail polish, and you’re almost there.

The rest of the marble water accessories are listed below so you can design and clean your manicure with as little mess as possible.

You can use any type of nail polish, but the newer and thinner the nail polish, the better it spreads on a ring when it drips in the water. Dull, creamy nail polish also works better with this technique than lighter-colored nail polish.

Glitter polish may or may not work. Sometimes they are a little too heavy, and instead of spreading over the surface of the water, the polishing body simply falls to the bottom of the container without breaking.

You can print out these instructions if you like, and also see the water polishing instruction videos below!

What you will need:

Several colors of nail polish, starting with a very opaque white, which will be your base color, and two or three creamy opaque colors for the marbling. For example, if you want to get a water marble manicure in the spring or summer, you can use creamy pastels; in the fall, add some rust colors and dark greens. Let’s get creative!
A bowl of water at room temperature. The temperature of the water is crucial. If it’s too hot or too cold, the polish won’t spread when it drips into the water.
Q-Tips or cotton swabs
Adhesive tape or cuticle oils
Orange stick, needle or pin
These are really all the materials you need unless you don’t like the design and want to start over, in which case you’ll need, of course, nail polish remover.

The water marbling technique sounds easier than it is, but even beginners in nail art can create some pretty extravagant and creative designs with a little patience.

Step 1:
Apply one or two coats of opaque cream-white nail polish.

Step 2: Varnish the nails:
Make sure your water dish is at room temperature. You can either fill the bowl and let it sit for a while, or you can test the water that comes out of the tap and adjust it to room temperature yourself to fill the bowl.

Step 3: Fill the bowl:
Prepare your fingers for the process. By dipping your fingers into the varnish on the surface of the water, you will undoubtedly be applying varnish to all of your skin and fingers, except for the bed of your nails.

To make cleaning easier, you can do one of two things

Apply the adhesive tape around, above, and below the nail tip to cover as many fingers as possible. After you have taken the finger out of the bowl, remove the tape.
Apply a generous amount of cuticle oil around your fingers and be careful not to get any oil on the nail. After you take your finger out of the water, simply use the Q-tip or a cotton swab and nail polish remover to remove the polish from the skin. The oil makes it easier to remove the nail polish.
Step 4:
Keep all bottles of nail polish open and ready in the order you want them to fall into the water. Hold the polish over the water bowl one by one and let one bead of the polish drip onto the surface of the water with the brush. As it spreads, let the next color drip.

As you continue to drop polish drops, they will form rings around the surface of the water. It will look great too!

Step 5:
If you have multiple colored rings, take the pointed end of the orange stick, or your needle or pen, or even a straightened paper clip, and gently pull through the rings until you have a marbled pattern.

Step 6:
Place your nails over the top of the polish pattern and carefully dip the nail into the polish, leave it in water, but don’t touch the bottom until you’ve removed the excess polish from the surface.

Step 7:
Use a cotton swab or orange stick to remove excess nail polish from the surface of the water.

Step 8: Remove excess polish from the water surface:
Slowly pull your finger out of the water and remove excess nail polish from the surface of the nail.

Step 9: Use a cotton swab or orange stick to remove excess polish from the surface of the water:
Repeat for the remaining nails.

Step 10: Remove excess polish from the water surface:
Add one coat of clear polish and you’re done!

 

 

How to do Nails Art Designs Tutorial at Home | Top New Nail Polish Video Compilation #13

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