Mixing primary colors is a good rule of thumb to follow when mixing colors. For example, to make a purple polish, mix together a red and blue polish. To make a green polish, mix together a yellow and blue polish. Like colors tend to mix well too.
It is best to do this in a bottle of nail polish that has been used a few times so it doesn’t over flow when you add the food coloring or the tooth pick. Add the food coloring directly to the bottle of nail polish. Sometimes it can pool up at the top and not sink.
Generally What happens when you mix water and nail polish? They don’t mix readily, just like oil (another organic) and water don’t mix. When you drop the nail polish into the water, it won’t mix because of the above. Additionally, because the organics tend to have low surface tensions (don’t clump together), the polish spreads out over the surface of the water.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
Why are my nails bluish purple?
Blue fingernails are caused by a low level or lack of oxygen circulating in your red blood cells. This condition is known as cyanosis. It occurs when there isn’t enough oxygen in your blood, making the skin or membrane below the skin turn a purplish-blue color.
What colors do you mix to make purple?
Blue and red are essential to creating purple, but you can mix in other colors to create different shades of purple. Adding white, yellow, or gray to your mixture of blue and red will give you a lighter purple. Incorporating black into your blue and red mixture will give you a darker shade of purple.