As promised, here is the watermarble I recently created with the Dance Legend Chameleon multichrome polishes.
The day I created this mani I actually felt like doing a water marble. Unheard of for me! I wanted to step up to the challenge and create something awesome, like all the designs I see done by Mucking Fusser. Let me tell you that my enthusiasm did not last for very long. I'm still convinced that the majority of my problems with watermarbling is to do with the brand of polish. The brands that I have lots of creme polishes are Ulta3 and Picture Polish, but I was not able to get either of those to work for me. All the brands that I've read that work really well, like China Glaze, Essie and Sally Hansen really don't make up that much of my stash when it comes to creme polishes to marble with.
I was about to throw in the towel on the wasted hour I had spent (not to mention the approx. 50 drops of polish that wouldn't spread and form nice bullseyes on the water). My last attempt was to watermarble with the Dance Legend chameleons. I used the exact same technique I used for my previous 30 attempts, but this time it worked. I was too excited to see that I was actually able to get something to form the bullseye that I didn't even focus on getting a similar design on each nail.
Certainly compared to my previous effort at a multichrome watermarble, I was really happy with the result.