La Couleur Couture Nail Art

La Couleur Couture Water Marble

Friday, July 26, 2013Nail A College Drop Out


Press Sample Yes, you read the title right. I have made the attempt at yet another water marble.

If you've been following me for the last two years, you'll notice water marbles and I aren't really besties. I don't try them to often, but without practice I'll never get better. Catch 22 much?

So with this post I try to bring out my inner My Simple LittlePleasures aka the Queen of Water Marbles!


I used four shades from La Couleur Couture for this look and they are 1963, 1964, 1968, and 1977.
I was pretty scared that my nails wouldn't come out great, only because I'm not very good with the particular technique in question, but I ventured on! What I found out is that these shades are absolutely great for water marbling. They spread so well and didn't dry immediately before I could make some sort of pattern in the center of the bullseye. I can't begin to tell you the numerous occasions I've encountered that by the way.

In the end I really loved the way this one turned out! Is it uniform? Nope, but that wasn't what I was going for.

La Couleur Couture (often referred to as la cc) is vegan friendly and retails for $14 on laccbeauty.com as well as Llarowe.


Press Sample Is there a technique you're afraid to try? Do you think you've conquered it yet?
Tune in. Drop out. Love polish.

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11 comments

  1. Such beautiful marbling! Love the color combo <3

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  2. Love this! You did a great job!

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  3. Such a good job! Way better than I could do haha

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  4. Looks great!!! Someday I have to try ... but I'm not sure I'm ready to water marble quite yet ;)

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  5. Pretty!! I need to water marble soon!

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  6. I am miserably miserable at water marbles! This is fab!!

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  7. I really like how the middle of your middle finger turned out~ its a marble of a marble :) great notd~

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  8. Definitely channeled your inner SLP well. This is beautiful. Each finger looks great! I Should follow your steps and practice MORE!

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