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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Nail Art // Bright Water Spotted Nails with Sinful Colors and China Glaze

Water spotted nail art with pink, blue, black and white nail polish

Hello hello! I'm having a fabulous day, and I hope all of you are too! I have some fabulous nails to share with you to make your day more wonderful either way! :) Water spotting is one of my fav techniques - it's so easy! And with bright colours like these you'll have an awesome final look perfect for spring!

The water spotted technique is really simple - you put a few drops of one colour in your water glass (like you would for a water marble) and then you spritz it with alcohol. I have a small travel hair spray bottle I fill with part water and part rubbing alcohol for this. Then once you've dispersed the polish to your liking you just stick your nails in, just like for a water marble (but way easier). Repeat with different colours and you're done!

Check out more after the cut!

Nail art with Sinful Colors Boom Boom, Sinful Colors Sail La Vie, Sinful Colors Black on Black and China Glaze Travel in Colour

I started out with a base of black (Sinful Colors Black on Black) and white (Sinful Colors Snow Me White) and then got out my cup of water, rubbing alcohol in a spritz bottle and coloured polishes!

I used a few different colours for this one - Sinful Colors Boom Boom, Sinful Colors Sail La Vie, Sinful Colors Black on Black and China Glaze Travel in Colour (which is a sheer iridescent top coat that didn't really work as well as I expected - it's all the parts that look kind of bumpy but glittery).

Macro of water spotted nail art with pink, black and blue veins over white

East water spotted nail art using polishes from China Glaze and Sinful Colors

In love with these! I think doing the design as accent nails with solid black for contrast was perfect.

I debated putting something on the black (gems or caviar beads or something) but decided against it at the last minute. Do you think that was the right choice?? I felt it might be too much if I added more to the look. 

Let me know what you think! Thanks for visiting! xx


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7 comments:

  1. The water spotted nails look fantastic. I really need to give this technique a try.

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  2. OMG I love the colours you used for the waterspotted! I totally want to recreate this!

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  3. You did an absolutely beautiful job with this manicure. I love it!

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  4. Your water spotting looks so cool, love the colour combo!

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  5. This is seriously gorgeous! Love the bright and dark mix

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  6. These are beautiful! I think not adding anything to the black nails was perfect!

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