Faux Marble~ via Saran!
SARAN WRAP .
Follow the cut to achieve the above look
Step 1 || Base coat, & Base color. Choose and apply your trusted base coat. Currently I'm using "O.P.I" Natural Nail base coat. Then apply your base coat of choice, allow it to dry FULLY.
Step 2 || Tear off a small piece of saran (plastic) wrap, scrunch into a little ball.
Step 3 || Apply one layer of your 'saran' or accent color. Here I applied one coat of Zoya | Robyn
Step 4 || Take your piece of saran, using scrunching motions, poke at your accent color. You should achieve a look close to this:
Step 5 || Allow the saran-ed nail to dry completely. Repeat for all nails.
*Tip: use a new scrunched piece for each nail.
Step 6 || Fret not if it looks messy, apply top coat, & enjoy! Top coat really helps smooth any "sharp" looking edges and really adds to the marble effect. Do not skip the top coat!
Originally this was meant to be a "FALL EDITION" of the saran wrap tutorial. I based the tutorial off of the changing colors of leaves as fall progresses. But it was a massive FAIL. Or rather, I may just dislike how green polish "marbles." Refusing to end on a bad note I tested out the two Zoya!
Did my stubbornness pay off?
No, my skin is not discolored, it's my henna. The debut of my hands >.< So nervous.
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