China Glaze- White on White
China Glaze- Liquid Leather (black)
Spoiled- Designated Driver (yellow)
NYC- Times Square Tangerine Creme
Note: Be sure to check out my step-by-step water marble tutorial. This one was done the exact same way as the Fall water marble.
I started with two coats of white polish to help the other colors pop. The order I used for my bull's eye was white, orange, yellow and black. I was disappointed that the white barely showed and that the yellow was so dominate. But that happens sometimes with water marbles. You can't always tell 100% how they are going to turn out. That's also what makes them fun. I also ended up with bubbles, sorry. I dropped the yellow bottle but I waited 30 minutes before using it in the marble, but....bubbles. I tried to pop them in the bull's eye, but it didn't work. So let that be a lesson for y'all...you can't pop the bubbles on the surface of the water. They are evil and just hide!
All that being said, I love my Halloween design. But then again, I love water marbles! And they are one of my favorite techniques. I hope y'all enjoy it too! Happy Polishing!!