01 April 2015

Pink Marble Watercolor Nail Art


Hey guys! Today I've got some simple nail art for spring, using a method I've seen around that involves watering down nail polish with acetone. (Disclaimer: please, please do not put acetone IN your bottle of nail polish for any reason, ever. It will totally ruin your nail polish.)

To achieve this look, I started off with a base of KBShimmer Eyes White Open. Once that was totally dry, I took Color Club Seal it With A Kiss and watered down a few drops of it with pure acetone, then I dabbed it on randomly with a small paintbrush. I topped it off with top coat.

I totally love how this turned out! It was so simple and easy to do, and it almost reminds me of a pink marble. Originally, I planned on doing nail art over it, but I just loved how elegant and springy it looked on its own.

You can see my review of this Color Club shade here. You can use the code POLISHCHALLENGE at HB Beauty Bar to get it and any other polishes for 15% off!

What do you think of this nail art look? Have you ever used acetone for a manicure?

Base: Duri Rejuvacote, available here
Color Club Seal It With A Kiss, review here
KBShimmer Eyes White Open, review here
Top: KBShimmer Clearly on Top, available here


  1. I like how it turned out too. It has a faded look to it which is cool.

  2. This is super cute and perfect for spring! Never tried this manicure before.

  3. Very pretty and indeed springy! :)

  4. This is beautiful. I love the water color effect.

  5. Very pretty! It's very artsy and very subtle at the same time.


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