Alrighty readers! I am back!  It has been a pretty long while, hasn't it?! Well, I have been really busy lately so here I am back i...

Dry Marble with Video Tutorial!

23:55 Karise Tan 2 Comments

Alrighty readers! I am back! 

It has been a pretty long while, hasn't it?! Well, I have been really busy lately so here I am back in full swing. YES, FULL SWING! And I mean with a video tutorial! I seldom do that do I, especially a pretty long one on YouTube and not just some 15 seconds tutorial on Instagram LOL!!

Getting back to the mani... Here I have a dry marble nail art that I was pretty much inspired to do becuase of IG@yorkbeauty! She basically does hella loads of dry marble and I had some feels for them so I decided to come up with some of my own :D

Here is the look that I came up with. It looks messy, but I guess that is what makes dry marbling fun right? 


Here's a beautiful macro shot for all you readers out there that share the joy of macro babies *drooooools*


Now, for this manicure, I used Kure Bazaar polishes that Mom got for me from France. They're Queen and Turkoise. I do love this color combination, I mean by now you guys know I'm a big sucker for blues :P


And as always, video for the last, enjoy the step by step tutorial :D
Basically in short, I did some blobbicure at the beginning then used a thin brush to create lines down and across the dots on my nail and that is about it! Tell me what you think of this video, would love to hear some feed back!

Butttt, if you ever want a written step by step tutorial, here it is!

1. Apply base coat
2. Apply one coat of dark blue polish
3. Let dry completely
4. Apply second coat of dark blue polish thickly
5. Quickly create six dots using big dotting tool on wet dark blue polish with a light blue shade
6. Straightaway use a thin nail art brush to drag polish vertically down and then across the rows
7. Let dry completely
8. Apply top coat


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2 comments:

  1. Very good dry marble! I keep saying that i'm going to try it and just haven't gotten around to it yet lol.

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    1. Thank you!! It's time for you to give it a shot! Hope my video will help you out :D

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