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Nail Art Tutorial: Dry Marble

Nail Art Tutorial: Dry Marble


Posted By on Nov 6, 2015

This is a really short and sweet tutorial for the basic dry marbling technique. These are the polishes and technique I used for my Autumn Fire nail art. I’m awful at water marbling and I find that this method is a lot easier to get right and to clean up, plus you can do a lot of cool designs with it. Materials  plastic bag (like a sandwich bag, not a grocery bag) paintbrush or toothpick tape nail file tweezers or an exacto blade...

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Autumn Fire Nail Art

Autumn Fire Nail Art


Posted By on Nov 6, 2015

Metallic autumn inspired dry marble nail art. Using Orly’s Buried Alive, Revlon’s Autumn Spice, and Covergirl’s Flamed Out, all topped with Seche Vite. Sorry about the wear on the tips, these pictures were taken when the mani was a few days old. You can find my tutorial for these nails here.  ...

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Orly Androgynie

Orly Androgynie


Posted By on Sep 16, 2015

  Orly Androgynie, three coats topped with Seche Vite. This is the polish I reach for when I want black nails with a little something extra. Androgynie is a black jelly with tiny gold flakes and a variety of color shifting hex glitters. Depending on the angle you view them the glitter shifts through different colors; orange to gold, purple to teal, and gold to green. The one issue I have with this polish is that the glitter sinks...

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