Turtle Tootsie Polishes - Power Rangers Watermarble

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Hiya guys! I have something other than swatches to share for once. You have no idea how much I have missed doing nail art, but not to worry because I have big plans for next month. For now it's time to kick start me in the right frame of mind and what better way to do that then with a watermarble! Actually I've had this marble planned out for a few weeks since the release of the Power Rangers Collection from Turtle Tootise Polishes. As I mentioned in my review, these creams were created with the intention of watermarbling so I had to put them to the test. Here's the manicure I came up with!

Dare I say... I have fallen in love with doing watermarbles. I can see the pitchforks now, but I swear I'm no watermarble witch. Far from it in fact. But one of the key things about an easy watermarble is having the right set of polishes to work with.

I do have a few other creams in my stash that watermarble. Heck I have neons creams for high mountain that can watermarble. But this is actually the first set of 'standard' shades that can do the same in my collection. Highly recommend these for nail art enthusiasts!

Here's everything I used to create this look:

It's kind of scary how much I have fallen off the grid with nail art, but it's been a month since I posted a video. I was so rusty when doing my voiceover, haha. You actually might want to turn up the volume because my voice is on the low side.

As with all watermarbles I am starting off with my three basics: cup of room temperature water, white base, and lots of latex. Of course that last one is optional, but it sure does make the whole messy aspect of marbles quite easier to cleanup.

What do you guys think of this watermarble and these polishes? I have a few more watermarbles planned for next month using this Power Rangers collection, specially the 'Long Lost Rangers' portion. Let me know your thoughts and if you have any suggestions on patterns I could try.

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