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I love to water marble but it can be pretty time consuming and rather messy. For those reasons, I don`t do it very often. However, I decided to take a bit of time, sit down, and do them with neon colors. I bought a bunch of Studio M. neons and from the moment I laid eyes on them I wanted to marble them together.
COLORS USED: Studio M. Orange Hot Studio M. Lightening Blue Studio M. Neon Caution Studio M. Infusion Studio M. Neon Greenlight I did also use a base under the water marble. I used Sinful Colors Snow Me White. I did that because it is good to use a base under marbling to enhance the colors but also because neons REALLY tend to need a base to even show up as a neon on the nail. Though, some of these Studio M. ones can easily hold their own without a base. I do like the end result, but don`t love it. These Studio M. polishes weren`t the easiest to marble with. Some polishes just work better than others. These were on the side of being tricky. The yellow seemed to spread the easiest and the others wanted to remain as a little droplet. I managed to get something out of them, but not the pretty petal design I had in my mind. After trying several times I settled on just swirling the colors in random patterns together rather than working with a similar design for each finger. It just didn`t want to play nice with me. I think combining these neons together in a water marble makes for a good sunny, warm weather manicure. I will be redoing these and trying to get a design out of them at a later time... like when spring/summer is here.
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