40 Great Nail Art Ideas | Violet, watermarble & waterspotting

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Hey loves! TGIF! Anyone have any good plans for weekend? The poor husband has been working 6 days a week for months now and finally has this whole weekend off! So we plan on staying in and playing video games and watching movies all weekend! A fun but relaxing kind of couple days, my favorite kind of weekend! haha 

Anyways, today I have my 40 Great Nail Art Ideas prompt to share with you. This weeks prompt was Violet. And my technique to use was either water marbling or water spotting. I decided on doing both techniques haha! Here was my result!


I really don't know why I went with both, I don't really know if I even like the finished result lol it's kinda fun, yea? haha


Polishes and Products Used:
Pipedream Polish-Harlequin
Pipedream Polish-Clearwater
China Glaze-White on White
Glisten and Glow-Glossy Top Coat
Wet'n'Wild-Matte Top Coat
Whats Up Nails-Water Marble Tool
Ellegee Polish-Lickety Split Liquid Latex


Here is the video tutorial! Please don't forget to thumbs up and subscribe to my youtube for more nail art videos!


I feel like it has a cobweb type look? yea? eek!! haha what do you guys think? let me know in the comments below!! Thanks for stopping by! XO

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6 comments

  1. that was a good choice! hahaha sometimes not choosing is the best, like these nails the result is amazing.
    Have a nice weekend!

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  2. This is so neat! I never would have guessed the white came from water spotting, I thought it was just a super fancy looking marble!

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  3. These are amazing! I love how they turned out :)

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  4. Wow, this is a great techniques combination!
    I love how water marble and water spotting together look like an underwater effect. :)

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  5. I actually think that the final result turned out pretty neat!

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  6. I've certainly never thought of doing both of these, but the result looks really cool and unique!

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