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Friday, 4 November 2016

Nail Art // Duochrome Watermarble Stamping with Harunouta Plate L005

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Watermarble stamping nail art

You guys, I finally got a watermarble stamping plate! I'm so excited! 80% of my watermarbles end in a fail, so now I have an almost fool-proof way to get the look without the pain and spilled polish. Woohoo!

I decided to start out with a fairly simple look to try the plate out, but mark my words I'll be pulling this plate out a lot in the future and seeing what else I can do with it!

Watermarble image stamping plate Harunouta L005

The plate I used today was Harunouta Plate L005 from Born Pretty Store which you can get here right now for $2.99! And don't forget to use my code ASZW10 for 10% off!

Watermarble stamping nail art with Harunouta Plate L005

Part of the gorgeousness of this look is the base polish I chose: I went with China Glaze Cabin Fever from the 2015 Great Outdoors Collection. It's a lovely shimmery duochrome polish that goes from copper to red in the light, and I think it pairs wonderfully with my Mundo de Unas Gold stamping! To finish it off I added a few studs to the side to make it a little less plain.

Water marble nail art

Duochrome water marble stamping nail art

I'm definitely going to have fun playing with this plate in the coming months! I also can't believe I waited so long to use Cabin Fever and it's definitely going to be one of my go-to shades when I need a simple base on my nails between nail looks this fall.

So what about you: are you good enough at real watermarbles or are you okay just sticking with a stamping plate like me? Let me know!

Thanks for visiting! xx


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10 comments:

  1. Whoah! That is some fantastic nail art!!

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  2. I'm still trying my hand at watermarbles. If o don't like it, I cover it up with a stamp, glitter topper, etc.

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    1. But I have the watermarble plate from BM just in case that I use often if I don't have time to do a watermarble.

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  3. This is so eye-catchingly pretty!

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  4. This looks so cool - I love that the plate has so many different marble patterns!

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  5. I've never tried watermarble but this looks like a great alternative!

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  6. this feels really steampunk to me.

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  7. Pretty! I like that stamping design and the subtle addition of studs.

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