How, how, how? water marbling

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I have been looking through the nail art galleries (WOW) and got inspired. I tried the water marbling but failed miserably. They kept coming out with water marks all over them and the n drying lumpy and well - just horrific. Is there a trick to doing it? Other than 'dont be rubbish' lol.
 

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Thankyou - didn't think to search for it? Maybe I should mention on every thread that I am a complete techophobe?!?!?!
 

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Tried again. Almost worked this time. Keeps coming out with water bubbles and drying uneven. Do I just leave them to dry naturally or try and take water droplets off??

Tried to put a pic of it but have no idea how to?!!?!?!?!?
 

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Think I've done it??
 

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That looks really pretty :hug: Great fun isnt it xx
It's great, still getting water droplets left on which are bugging me. I was using cold water at first which is why they were such a disaster! I'm gonna practice more next time I get a spare two minutes.
Thanks x
 

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