Beginner Friendly Simple, Romantic, Watercolor Nail Look

Want a quick, simple, and beautiful nail look? Choose 3-4 of your favorite nail polishes and paint them together to create a beautiful watercolor look!
I chose neutrals and a light pink to give it a romantic and feminine floral vibe. 🌷
Shades I Chose:
- Olive and June CDJ - the nude neutral pink
- Olive and June MM - a slightly warmer neutral pink
- Olive and June Grateful & Kind - the rich vibrant pink
- Olive and June Super Glossy Top Coat
It only takes a few minutes but it looks absolutely beautiful!
It's also great for beginners as it does not require perfection ~ just play around and see what happens! 
Best of luck on your nail journey :-)

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  • Rose Katz

    🌹🌹These are really fun ideas. I want to try the water color nails too. This is a great video! I am definitely going to try this! 🍓🍓

  • haku izunami

    oooh that looks so awsome! thank you so much for showing us that and letting us know how we can replicate it!

  • Tera

    This is very cute how cool 😎 I like the idea its cool.

  • Ja-Nee

    Beautiful nail shades. I have been doing my own nails for 2 years now and I love it. It saves so much money and I think it's therapeutic.

  • Rachel Ange

    It would be so fun to try the watercolor nail polish! Neutral colors look great on me and is romantic!

  • Marlena Fannin

    What a great idea! I never thought of doing something like that. That is really cute! I believe that is something I would love to try. Thanks for sharing ☺️👍

  • Rukhsana

    i love to mix a dab of turmeric and gram flour with rice water, make it into a mask and apply it on my face once a week, it clears and tones my skin like a bride. i then use the body shop clarifying toner and moisturize it with aveeno clear skin moisturizer and sprits my face with dew body shop facial mist.

  • Rose Guttillo

    A neat and refreshing way to do your nails. I really like how you made it look like blocked colors.. Great review.

  • Alotta Reviews

    Oh this is great! A tip for ppl who have dry nail polish bottles: add just a splash of acetone in the bottle. Not too much, just a bit & roll it around in your palms. (Never shake, it will clump!) Roll it between palms and it should bring the polish back to "life." Even for just a few more uses! ❤

  • Naf

    Oh that's a nice tip. I normally shake it up and down which probably causes more bubbles lol. I'll need to try it your way next time. The colors look fun. A quick beauty DIY that I have used a few times is using baking powder mixed with water and apply it to the skin. It will remove any impurities. But don't do it every single day. A mini tip for applying a new product is to always apply a little bit because you never know how it'll work on you.

  • LifeCoachMelanieM

    What a neat idea for a different nail polish look. 🧐 Share your DIY mini tips, from application to maintenance! ▪️Since I was spending way too much time and money at the nail salon, I invested in my own mini DIY home nail salon 😁 My easy mini tips are: 1️⃣ File the ridges off your nail to get a smooth nail for easy, smooth, longer lasting nail application. I use a file with various textures that includes a buffer and shiner. So easy! I can be on autopilot and do it while I’m vegging out and watching tv. 2️⃣ Use a cuticle cream or oil. I’m currently diggin’ Burts Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream. I really like this! I used it day and night and throughout the day simply to soften my dry skinned hands❣️ 3️⃣ I suggest using a base coat and a top coat. But whether or not you do... Less is more. ...Don’t apply thick layers of polish. Simply apply two thin coats that go on evenly and smoothly. 💛And voila! 💅🏼

  • Pauline

    Interesting concept. Looks time consuming. I noticed it did not go on smooth a bit clumpy. I prefer pre made nail polishing looks like artificial nails or french nails. Don't want to try this. Thanks for sharing. Nice Mandy Moore polishes.

  • Christine Czaiczynski

    This is a very nice idea and I would like to try this but I would also like to try swirling the polishes to see what effect I get. Has anyone ever tried swirling the polish?

  • Amy

    This looked amazing, a lot easier then dripping them into water. Soon my nails will be able to use these skills and my own art skills for my nails. Thank you very beautiful love the clip

  • Lisa

    You made this look so easy. I will definitely be trying this very soon. I have been working on my DIY French mani. I try different colors on the tips. At the moment I have a metallic blue!! Haven't tried anything new with the pedi....yet. Thanks for a great video.

  • Shawna lee

    That’s cute. I wonder if it’d work with glitter polish? 😍

  • Rita Whirls

    I love the colors and the look. Great video review. I'll have to try this look.

  • Tonilynn Rosario

    Great looking nails.

  • Stefany Scaggs

    That's so neat. It's really pretty and creative. I am going to for sure try this. Great video. Thanks for sharing. Live the colors and though out design.

  • amanda landess

    Thats so cool. Ive always used just one color but I really wanna try this

  • Doina

    That’s an awesome idea. I will use it when I need to keep quiet few little girls lol. 😂

  • Danielle

    This is interesting and quite easy so I would be giving this a try. I’ve giving myself manis at home too. I’ve tried basic French tips and I’ve also tried doing water marble nails. This is where you get a small container of water and drip small drops of different color polishes into each other then you dip your finger in it for the polish to transfer on your nails. You then take it out cleanup the edges and add a top coat! Really cool and fun to do.

  • Hallie

    I will have to try this. I've never really experimented with nail polish and designs. For my diy, I like to make a sugar scrub with coconut oil. You can add other things to it like essential oils. It can be used to exfoliate skin and I use it on my lips too.

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