Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Black and White Dry Water Marble

Hello :)  Today I will show you a dry water marble mani.  I used scotch tape to tape off half of my nail to paint black, Orly Liquid Vinyl, then used L.A. Colors White striper to fill in the other half and added a few drops of black polish, used the smallest dotting tool to swirl it up.  On my accent nail, I added some silvery gray 3mm hexagons.  Since these hexagons were so large, it took more than half the nail to accomplish 3 rows, so it is a bit off.  Anyway, let's take a look at these photos ...
What do you think?

Thank you for dropping by :)

16 comments:

Stefanies nailz said...

That's amazing! I wish I could do this!

Natalia said...

Vicky, the final result is so pretty, such a sophisticated look! I so have to try something like this!!

Polished Marvels said...

Hi Vicky, my thoughts?: amazeballs :-)))) This reminds me of Chantilly Lace - très chic <3

maRyya said...

awesome manicure :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Of course you could !! Thx Stefanie :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Can't wait !! Thx Natalia :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Thx Christine :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Thx Maria :)

Lacquer Lockdown said...

Vicki awesome job sweetie! This is flawless. You better work lady!!!

Rhonda (nailsbeautiqued) said...

Black and white is so classic. Don't you just love dry water marbles? Love your creative style adding on the hexagons :)

GoingtotheShowing said...

This is O.O AMAZE-ballzzzz!

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Thx Tamira :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Love black and white !! Yes I do love dry water marbles, so easy to do with the real water marble mess !! Thx Rhonda :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

Thx Anna :)

Vicky Boombastic Nails said...

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Julz Perri said...

This is so cool! I haven't tried dry water marbling but I want to now! I think that the hex's taking up more than half looks really good - it's accents the fact that it's an accent nail. Right? Lol