Chocolate Swirl Water Marble Nail Art

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How is your week been going?
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This week marks the FIFTH week in Finger Food’s Theme Buffet
Challenge, and the theme of the week, was “Birthdays/Celebrations”.
Since I just celebrated my own birthday in January, I
thought I’d do a manicure inspired by one of my yummy birthday treats.  Here are the nails:


And here is the inspiration:

What you see in the picture above is a paleo, gluten free
and dairy free coconut chocolate swirl cheesecake. 
Or at least that’s what it
was supposed to be. Complications arose, and were conquered, and it turned out
to be more like an ice cream cake….but more on that later.
I knew I just had to use that as my inspiration, especially
with my new polishes from Nicole By Opi. 
Chocolate inspired polishes, chocolate
swirl cake, how could I NOT make that into a fun manicure?


Normally, I’m not a fan of brown nail looks, but I love how the water marble
came out, don’t you?

If only I could get the swirls in the cake to look this
pretty!
If you want to join in on future challenges, here are the
prompts for the rest of the challenge:

Make sure to check out what everyone else made
for this week’s challenge:





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22 Comments

    1. Hahahah wait till you see some of my Valentine's Day nails I did for the "Week of Love" challenge next week…talent will not be a word associated with at least one of the looks! But thank you so much for your kind words Amanda, I appreciate it!

      What part of your marble do you have issues with?

  1. I don't normally like brown polish either… I actually don't think I even own any… but I love this watermarble and the inspiration behind it! Great petal shapes! I can never get nice petals my lines always end up wonky 🙁

    1. These are some of my first! I bought some brown polish ages ago (it was on super clearance!) and I was hoping to have use for it, but the formula was complete crap for most things. I'm so pleased these work out. Keep trying, it will only get better with practice!

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