Hello lovelies!
I can’t believe that summer is almost over! Someone from school just posted a countdown till school starts and there’s only like 20 days till classes…..and I still need to start my summer homework…I think I know what I’m doing on my day off this week…whoops!
Blah, anyways, onto the nails!
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Yep, another watermarble!! I love them, I can’t help it!

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Here’s what I used:
This month we’re taking it back to Elementary school with some primary colors for this month. I know I’ve explained on the blog before (I can’t find the post) about my weird aversion to certain color combinations and this is one that bothers me. I don’t know what it is but I’m going to try and make them work!
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I started my watermarble with 2 coats of my white base which I let dry. I made my bullseye in the water and drew in my design (would you guys be interested in a tutorial of this? I don’t know how I would do it but I can try). After I had dipped each finger, I added a layer of Apparition and followed that with a layer of HK Girl
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I’ve really been digging the look of glitter layered over a watermarble, I know it seems like a lot of effort to wear a glitter but it looks so cool! I wish the polishes had been a bit more opaque (mostly the blue) but the muted colors are pretty.
Thanks for reading guys!
-Marisa! (: