There are actually two colors that I love using in water marbling, white and black. When you use these colors as complements to other colors you know you’re most likely going to create a nail art that you are happy with, color-wise. This is because both white and black are colors that work with any other color and depending on the shade of the other chosen polishes you’re going to create a beautiful contrast between them.
This is why I once again started with a white base for my water marbling below. I actually wanted to do a water marbling with my four blues and mints from Nfu-Oh but when I started dropping the colors on the water surface the difference between them was almost un-existing so I changed my mind and I picked only one of those four polishes, Nfu-Oh MOR10 to use together with a white, Sweden Nails – White Snow.
In the middle of water marbling I started to experiment with my pattern (the result is my pinkie) but I should have stayed with my original plan :D I still love the end result :)