#2
ive only ever seen swirls with two colors, but i guess u could try it...hell, it might come out amazing!
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#3
Mine with just a black base coat, then blue swirl. No pics yet but I think it turned out amazing.

The more colors you use, the more sloppy it is, unless you have LOTS of experience.
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#4
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i want to try black, red, blue, teal, and green
is that to many?


If you replace red with white, it will look awesome!
I think the red will make it muddy.
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If you replace red with white, it will look awesome!
I think the red will make it muddy.

Agreed, red and teal just sounds bad.
#7
What colour is your base coat going to be?

and yeah the more colours you use the harder it will be for it to look good, try a simple 2 colours over a base coat first.




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#8
this was my first swirl, white base coat.



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