A funky design that’s easy to do…get involved!
You probably have heard of water marbling before. I mean, we even told you about DIY water marbled cups yesterday, so I think it’s safe to assume that you are aware of the concept.
If not, let me fill you in. Water marbling is a technique of using water as a base for your nail design, and then applying it to your nails by dipping your hand in that water.
But what if you don’t want to use water to make an interesting swirly type of design? Well, Nail Career Education is here for you.
I brought up water marbling in this post because Suzie, the host of the video, is referring to the design in the video as “alien swirls”, and someone in the comments stepped in to correct her, saying that the technique is water marbling.
I’m not sure how much I can trust the guy, but I do know one thing. These nails are very simple but very cool.
All you need is a base coat, a few different colors of polish, and a dotting tool. It doesn’t even require that much skill, so yeah, I think it’s definitely worth a try.