Sunday, June 21, 2015

Zoya/Sephora X/Savina watermarble



Zoya/Sephora X/Savina watermarble
- it finally worked!!

Let me tell you right away: I’m totally excited! Why? Because I finally made a watermarble that actually worked! Wow, right? I must admit that I considering just giving up; I just couldn’t crack the code, no way Pedro. Then a girl in a Danish Facebook group mentioned that she got her best results when she used a cola can as the container for it. It never occurred to me that the container actually made a difference. Until now I only tried in a glass, but today I tried in a regular plastic cup, the ones for coffee and stuff :D

And it worked!! *bounces around happily*

Take a look:



I can’t express how thrilled I am!


The polishes I used:
Purple: Sephora X “Pedal to the Metal”
Green: Zoya “Giovanna”
White: Savina “Fantasy Files”


Here are the pretties I used:


I had the usual trouble with clean up even though I taped my nails before dunking them into the water. Oh well. You can’t win them all, can you!

Now that I finally cracked the code I shall try with more colour combos!

24 comments:

  1. Wohoooo my friend, this is totally awesome, I love everything about it going from colors to shape to finish <3
    Be proud!

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    1. Yay yay yay! I am super proud and so happy that it finally worked!
      Thank you for your very kind words! <3

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  2. Oh girl, you cracked it alright, it's gorgeous! I love everything about it, well done!

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    1. Thank you so much sweetie, I'm thrilled! :)

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  3. Oh girl, you cracked it alright, it's gorgeous! I love everything about it, well done!

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  4. Oh girl, you cracked it alright, it's gorgeous! I love everything about it, well done!

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  5. Hehe, cola can worked! Lovely water marble :D

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    1. Sometimes you have to do the most amazing things to make stuff work, hahaha! :D

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  6. You did a fantastic job! It came out amazing :) I love when my water marbles work, but it still takes me forever to do :P

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    1. Thank you so much. It took me forever to figure out what I should change, and I still got the clean up as a challenge, grr!

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  7. Hi dear! What a pretty result! I'd like to try it too... I let you know my first result when I'll try :P
    Kisses
    Marghe

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    1. I can't wait to see it! So yes, please let me know :*

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  8. Really gorgeous water marbling! Love the colour you've used! :-)

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    1. I'm so glad to hear it, thank you!! :)

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  9. Yay, well done! It looks fab, I love the colours.

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    1. Thank you, I'm so glad to hear it! :)

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  10. Gorgeous marble and I do love that purple :-D

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    1. I do too, both here and on its own :D

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  11. It looks great! You can be proud of yourself! I am so scared of Watermarble I haven't even tried it yet.

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    1. I am 100% proud of myself, because at some point I was sure that I was never going to figure it out! :)

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  12. Oh my gosh, your water marble is perfect <333 Now I'm so envious that I can't do it that well :D

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