May 3, 2012
I haven't tried a water marble in along time so I thought I'd give it a shot. I didn't like the way it turned out, not horrible but just not enough of any of the colors. I decided to try & save it by adding more polish by sponging & just using a brush to fill in some areas.
These are all photos of the fixed up version. I used Zoya Tracie for the base & Wet N Wild Teal of Fortune & NYC Molten Metal for the marbling & sponging. Turned out ok in the end.
February 23, 2011
New top 5 favorite!! Gorgeous muted army green with floating, hidden blue micro shimmer. Unique color and a great formula. This is 2 coats. You must get this if you're a green lover!!
I got the idea for this manicure from the amazing Collette of My Simple Little Pleasures. Her posts are always incredible! I wasn't confident with the technique yet, so I just went for an accent nail with Zoya Stacy. Mine didn't turn out quite the way I wanted, but I'll try again someday. Thanks for the idea Collete!
You can see my thoughts on the Zoya Intimate Collection in this post.
Thanks for reading!