Hey y’all, today’s post is going to be so quick it’s gonna make you head spin. Simply because I woke up this morning and realized I didn’t have a post ready.
First, Happy Belated Resurrection Day/Easter! I hope that you all had a relaxing holiday weekend. Mine was amazing. My son’s first AAU tournament of the season was Saturday and the 14u Hoyas won all 3 of their games. I do hope this is a preview of what is to come. Sunday, we went to church and then my family came over for a cookout. We laughed, ate and made new memories. I love spending time with loved ones, it makes my heart so full of joy.
So here it is, my quick tutorial of how I completed my Easter Watermarble mani. Side note, had I known my blog would be about this mani, I would have taken more pictures. Sorry 😦
First, I started with 2 thin coats of Jior White by Jior Couture over 1 coat of Nail Tek 2
Next, I applied scotch tape around my finger (instead of liquid latex) to make for easier and faster cleanup
Then using the Spring Break Collection from Bliss Polish and my Watermarble Tool from What’s Up Nails, I created a zigzag pattern in my cup of room temperature tap water
Next, I placed my finger in at the area of the design that I liked the best
With my finger still in the water, I blew on the surface of the water and removed the excess polish with a q-tip
I repeated the above steps for all 10 fingers and applied a coat of Tonic Topper QDTC (quick dry top coat)
Using Lina Stamping Plate Make Your Mark 03, Black stamping polish by Mundo de Unas, a stamper and scraper, I stamped on the image
Finally, I cleaned up with acetone and a cleanup brush and applied a final layer of Tonic Topper
This was my first purchase from Bliss Polish and I must say, I’m thoroughly impressed. This collection was released at Indie Shop ATL and Yvette, maker and creator of the brand, did a presale simultaneously on her site for the collection at an astonishing price of $40, you know I had to jump on them.
When I posted this mani on IG and FB, stamping of the collection was also asked about. So I did some quick and dirty testing over both black and white.
There you have it, quick, easy and full of awesomeness!
Thank you all for joining me today!
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