Date: October 8th, 2012 Guest Post at Let Them Have Polish ❤ 28 Water marbling is a nail art technique I am seriously getting hooked on and my second water marble is dedicated to Cris from Let Them Have Polish. It is an incredible honor to write a guest post for Cris’ fantastic blog. ❤ Check it out here! You might also like China Glaze Heart of Africa or a case of why haven’t I bought this sooner? NailNation 3000 Amaze-Ballz: probably the hottest pink holo out there ♥ Dance Legend Shock from the New Prism collection: Swatches and Review Polish Days March: Vintage – a Brush Stroke Manicure featuring my vintage gem Dior Enchanting Garnet Share this: Pin ItShare on Tumblr Tags: guest posts, water marble Posted in Guest Posts | 28 Comments » I love each and every single of your comments but please do not leave links in your comments. If you add your blog's url in the "Website" input field and check CommentLuv a link to your latest blog post will automatically be added. Thank you for taking the time to comment! ♥ 28 thoughts on “Guest Post at Let Them Have Polish ❤” Jump to the comment form and comment now ♥ Amaris on 19. October 2012 at 8:57 pm said: This looks like a galaxy, so pretty Amaris recently posted..The Line-Up: MAC’s Blacktrack Fluidline Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:35 pm said: Thank you so much Amaris! Reply Lucy on 16. October 2012 at 6:19 am said: I absolutely adore this. Such wonderful work. I love the colours. Never would have thought of putting those colours together. Cheers from your friends in New Zealand. Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:30 pm said: Thank you so much Lucy and cheers to you too! Reply QueenMiSeRy on 14. October 2012 at 9:05 pm said: This watermarbling is astonishing… Holo polishes, final effect…. Everything’s perfect in here <3 I wish thee polishes could be easier to find here in Italy too Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:30 pm said: Thank you so much QueenMiSeRy! Yes I wish these Flormar glass flecks would be easier to find. Reply NATALiJA (: on 14. October 2012 at 8:59 am said: soooooooo pretty *_______* • ♥♥♥ • NATALiJA (: recently posted..Facebook Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:29 pm said: Thank you so much Natalija! Reply Brooklinmommy on 13. October 2012 at 3:24 pm said: I am always in awe at water marbling. This is a technique that I just can’t get to work for me – no matter how many, many, many times I try! Yours looks amazing! Brooklinmommy recently posted..Foil Transfer Attempt …. Halloween? no Scary? yes Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:27 pm said: Thank you so much Brooklinmommy! My first attempt wasn’t successfull in term of creating nice designs as well but with the right nail polishes it was much easier! Reply smugnificent on 9. October 2012 at 8:18 am said: I really want these Flormar duochromes now! Beautiful smugnificent recently posted..My A-England nail polishes video post Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:22 pm said: Thank you so much smugnificent! The Flormar glass flecks are fantastic! I love this series of their nail polishes. It’s perfection in bottles. Reply Mish on 9. October 2012 at 7:08 am said: Beautiful!!! I tried marbling once… Didn’t look anything like this :/ lol! Mish recently posted..Glam Rock manicure Reply the-swatchaholic on 21. October 2012 at 8:21 pm said: Thank you so much Mish! Aww I am sure you can make gorgeous water marbles as well! I had luck with the Flormars working so well for water marbling. ❤ Reply Jenni Lee on 8. October 2012 at 8:12 pm said: This is crazy beautiful! I love blue and copper together! Jenni Lee recently posted..German-icure by OPI Reply the-swatchaholic on 8. October 2012 at 8:47 pm said: Thank you so much Jenni Lee! I adore the combination of blue and copper too! ❤ Reply Suzanne on 8. October 2012 at 5:37 pm said: JEANETTE! Stop it with your amaaazing creations. If you ever want to guest post for me i’d be honored! Reply the-swatchaholic on 8. October 2012 at 5:46 pm said: Aww thank you so much Suzanne! I’d be honored to do a guest post for you! ❤ I love doing guest posts. I only sadly had to skip one so far because I got sick and was stressed back then. Reply bigs on 8. October 2012 at 3:20 pm said: ganz wundervoll!! tolle farb-kombi! lg bigs Reply the-swatchaholic on 8. October 2012 at 3:25 pm said: Vielen lieben Dank bigs! Reply Therese D on 8. October 2012 at 3:08 pm said: Love it! If only I could have an ounce of your talent! Reply the-swatchaholic on 8. October 2012 at 3:15 pm said: Aww thank you so much Therese! I am sure you can rock water marbles too. The secret to me as a beginner was to use nail polishes that don’t dry too quickly like the Flormar. The previous attempt with Essence and Catrice didn’t work that great because I was too slow. Reply Cajka on 8. October 2012 at 2:42 pm said: The link you gave doesn’t work. You have additional http:// section at the end And the water marble you did for the post is adorable. Cajka recently posted..Rock & Roll nokti Reply the-swatchaholic on 8. October 2012 at 2:55 pm said: Oops thank you! Changed that now. Thank you so much Cajka! I am glad that this water marble turned out so pretty. Reply Marta B. on 8. October 2012 at 2:34 pm said: This is really nice! And the Flormar polish….love it Marta B. recently posted..Skrzynka z narzędziami Reply the-swatchaholic on 8. October 2012 at 2:39 pm said: Thank you so much Marta! I bought a few more Flormar nail polishes today. Their other ranges are a bit boring but the Supershine Miracle Colors are fantastic! Reply Marta B. on 8. October 2012 at 11:46 pm said: They might be boring, but I found my perfect nude polish amongst them Perfect mix of peach, taupe, and mushroomy beige. And the quality is pretty good too. 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