Dry marble nail art with essie, Polish ‘M, Blackheart Beauty

Purchased by Me buttonPolishes used:
essie Jamaica Me Crazy
Polish ‘M La Magie
Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock

I used a dry marble method for this manicure; I dabbed each polish on a piece of saran wrap, marbled them, then let them alone to dry. Once dry, I peeled them up and placed them on my nails. It’s freaking messy, even with peel off latex barrier!

essie Jamaica Me Crazy, Polish 'M La Magie, Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock dry marble nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

essie Jamaica Me Crazy, Polish 'M La Magie, Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock dry marble nail art close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock, essie Jamaica Me Crazy, Polish 'M La Magie dry marble nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock, essie Jamaica Me Crazy, Polish 'M La Magie dry marble nail art close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

essie Jamaica Me Crazy, Polish 'M La Magie, Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock dry marble nail art sunlight | Be Happy And Buy Polish

essie Jamaica Me Crazy, Polish 'M La Magie, Blackheart Beauty Iridescent Peacock dry marble nail art holographic | Be Happy And Buy Polish

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3 thoughts on “Dry marble nail art with essie, Polish ‘M, Blackheart Beauty

  1. So are these basically decals? I tried doing a drip marble this weekend but I could not peel up the decals from the plastic. lol It was a total fail so I’m going to have to redo them. I think that maybe I let them dry way too long. I like the color combination that you used.

    • Yeah they are basically decals. I think there is a fine line between drying them too long and not drying them long enough. I found it to be a pain and I’m not sure i would use this technique any time soon again.

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