Water Marble Wednesday: Polish ‘M Water Marble

Hi everyone!

As promised, I’ve got another installment of Water Marble Wednesday to share with you today. I’ve used three of the polishes from the Polish ‘M Christmas collection, some of which I showed you earlier this week, to create a bright and fun marble. Painted Fingertips | Water Marble Wednesday using the Polish 'M Christmas CollectionI just love how well the polishes of this collection work together! I started with a white base, then marbled using Polish ‘M Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer (orange), Baby It’s Cold Outside (blue), and Nuttin For Christmas (purple). The purple isn’t all that distinct from the blue, but I really like the effect it creates. It’s almost like a gradual fade from blue to purple, and then suddenly the bright orange! Painted Fingertips | Water Marble Wednesday using the Polish 'M Christmas CollectionThese polishes were an absolute pleasure to marble with. In fact, I’ve already done next week’s marble as well using polishes from this collection, and it was the marbling capabilities that made me decide to pick up the last couple of polishes from the collection that I had passed over. Painted Fingertips | Water Marble Wednesday using the Polish 'M Christmas Collection macro I love the pattern I got on my pointer finger and I wish I’d managed to get them all looking that good! I’m very happy with how the marble came out overall, though 🙂 The colours are so vibrant and bright, and the glitter makes for a really fun sparkly marble. Painted Fingertips | Water Marble Wednesday using the Polish 'M Christmas CollectionThese were a lot of fun – I’m glad I decided to revive Water Marble Wednesday for a while! Are you glad to see it back?

I’m looking forward to some nail art fun this evening – a friend of mine is getting married later this year and I’ll be doing her nails for the big day. We decided to do the first practice run tomorrow to see what looks good and help her narrow down ideas. I have so many ideas, I hope she has enough nails for them all!