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    Gelish Marbled Effect- Done with a toothpick. Gonna have to try this. Water marbling way too messy!

    Give your nails a marble effect by swirling two polishes together and rolling your nail over the edge of the spoon.

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    Solo shot of my #maniswap that I did with @maie_ad This #watermarble mani reminds me of starburst candy (no orange heart) For this water marble design, I used Pure Color #7 #watermarbling tool from Whats Up Nails I think that I might not go back to using toothpicks cause I love this tool I will post the tutorial tomorrow. Enjoy the rest of your sunday.

    easy way to marble your nails !!!

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    Water Marble. First paint your nails a base color like white. Then get a bowl of LUKEWARM water. Put a drop of each color you plan to use in the water. Use a toothpick to draw a design on the water. Place your nail on the design and pull back slowly. For a different design on each nail, repeat the above steps for each nail. For less mess tape the sides of your nails. For the glitter affect seen here, just use a polish with some glitter in it. A full glitter polish WILL NOT work.

    Directions: 1. White Base Color 2. Place small dots of colored polish in corner of nail. 3. Spread colored polish dots outward with a toothpick. 4. Apply topcoat. 5. Voila!

    Marble Nails This is one of the more time consuming nail art trends out there. I’m not going to try and write down all the steps here, but a quick …

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    Choose one hue and have a different color of that hue on each nail. http://easynaildesigns.org/summer-nail-designs-2/