Tuesday, November 8, 2016

K*Sea Gale's Nails 7 Grandfather Teachings Collection Nail Art

Greetings and Nailutations,

*Press Sample*
One of my favorite holo collections is from K*Sea Gale's Nails called the 7 Grandfather Teachings Collection.  The collection contains 7 colors to create a soft rainbow and I swatched and reviewed them back in April.  Not only did I love the assortment of colors, I loved the story behind the polish names.  I wanted to create a separate blog post for some of the nail art I did that really showcases the amazing properties of this collection.
Property 1: THEY STAMP!

Now let's get to the manis!

I'll start with the rainbow water marble!  My water marble skills are amateur at best and while my success is hit or miss - I decided to make decals to then transfer to my nails.  I used all 7 polishes and let them spread in room temperature RO (reverse osmosis) water creating a little target.  After I created enough rings, I used a What's Up Nails water marble tool to create a design.  Once I was done, I let it dry and pulled it out and put it on my nail over a white base of Tighty Whities from Drip Drop Nail Paint.

Check out the video on my YouTube channel on the water marble properties in action!

Stamping was also super easy and showed up over both white and black bases in all it's holo glory.

This collection is still in stock for both singles or the entire 7 piece collection and offered in regular full size as well as minis.

What do you look for in polishes besides formula?  Do you like when they also water marble or stamp?

Happy Polishing,
Kristi aka BeginNails


  1. So sparkly! I love that water marble - gorgeous!

  2. Oooh so eye catching and pretty! I've never really tried to water marble, but I LOVE when my polishes also stamp!

  3. yesss I saw this on youtube this morning, didn't I?

  4. I like both of these, very pretty!

  5. I love the holo water marble!!!! I wish I had your skills!!!

  6. I love the rainbow peeking out from beneath the black! That's such a cool look. :)

  7. Love the water marble! I still just use a toothpick and really should pick up a tool one of these days...


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