Rainbow Water Marble Nail Art Tutorial + Helpful Tips
The Brunette Diaries is back with another amazing nail art tutorial for all you nail art enthusiasts! Today we are going to show you how to perfect the water marble nail art technique with certain helpful tips that we have lined up for you. Also, this tutorial is not going to be a regular water marble nail art tutorial but rather an amazingly pretty rainbow nail art tutorial.
This rainbow nail art tutorial uses the same technique as the regular water marble method, just with a little difference in the pattern you create in the water. Here is a list of the materials you will need for this tutorial:
A wide bowl or deep dish filled with water
Pure white nail paint
Nail paints (in all the colours of the rainbow)
A toothpick (or any thin stick)
Masking tape or cellotape
Nail paint remover
Have you got all the materials ready? Yes? Good!
But, before you watch the super easy tutorial by Mucking Fusser, here are some tips you need to keep in mind if you want your water marble nail art to be neat and hassle-free.
Also read: Amazingly Easy Monochrome Nail Art Tutorial
TBD's Top Tips For Water Marble Nail Art:
Make sure that the water you are using is at room temperature. If it is warmer, it might cause your nail paint to get too runny; but if it is cold, it will dry off your nail paint instantly, both of which are things you don't want.
It is advisable to skip the first ring of nail paint that you dropped into the water while swirling and forming patterns. This is because it will be the first to dry up, and if it is in fact dry it will tug at your entire pattern thus messing it up. So avoid it!
While dropping the nail paint, make sure that you drop it from a distance which is as close to the water as it can get. A larger height will cause the water to splash and ruin your pattern. So the closer the better
And lastly, be quick with the whole thing. Granted, it can be difficult in the beginning, but still try. The longer you wait, the dryer the nail paint will get making it more difficult to create patterns.
Also read: Adorably Cute And Easy Nail Art For Toes
Phew! That's about it! And now here you are… the video! Watch and learn.
P.S. The video also contains a part where she has used a lightning-shaped sticker to create a fun look. You can do the same with any shape of your choice. Just get some stickers you like and paint away! :)