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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Nail Art // The Digit-al Dozen REDOES Art: French Drip Marble


I am calling this a 'French' drip marble for the sole reason that the painting I based it on was one I purchased in Quebec City. Hahaha. It's not a new technique, don't worry! ;)

Today I have the last post for this month's Digit-al Dozen theme of 'Art.' As stated above it's based on a painting I have in my place, and I gotta say it's one of my favourite paintings in the entire apartment. :) I got it when I was in high school and doing an exchange in Quebec and it's traveled along with me on every apartment move since then.

Take a look below for the inspiration pic and a breakdown of aaaaall the polishes!


So for anyone who doesn't know, a drip marble is when you put drips of polish on a flat surface (I use a container lid) and them rotate the lid to spread the polish around into a marble design.

For today's drip marble I used a bunch of different shades:

  • Formula X Indelible
  • Formula X Omni
  • Maybelline New York Color Show Citrus Collide
  • OPI That's Hula-rious!
  • China Glaze Don't Honk Your Thorn
  • China Glaze In a Lily Bit

I tried to stick with the colour mixes in the original painting (pictured below - excuse the terrible lighting!) and I think it turned out pretty good!




Love! It kind of makes me think of waves and flowers and spring and a cool breeze... And also like a very colourful piece of marble, which, I mean... It is a drip marble so that makes sense!

Check out the other looks from day 5 below and then let me know what you think!








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11 comments:

  1. This design looks so amazing!

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  2. I really have to do a drip marble; I love your end results and it totally looks like the picture inspo!

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  3. I definitely need to try this method out.

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  4. This is incredible! I think this might be my favorite marble I've seen.

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  5. Very very very cool. I need to try this, I'm drooling!

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  6. That painting is so cool! Loving your interpretation!

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  7. Wow these look amazing and i would like to try this method, since the traditional method i suck at.

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  8. That is seriously gorgeous!! I can't believe I missed these last month!

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