Rose-Gold Marble Nail-Art Design
Just like a marble countertop can instantly elevate your kitchen or bathroom decor, the same can be said about your nail-art designs. Unlike its cousin, the squiggly french tip, marble nails add a bit of class and sophistication to any manicure look.
Inspired by the white marble design you might see in home magazines, marble manicures offer the same the same look but with the added benefit being highly portable, so if you're one of those people who gets a serotonin boost every time you look at your freshly manicured nails, the marble-nail trend might be for you.
One of the best parts of this trend? The complete creativity you can wield when coming up with a preferred design. When re-creating this look on nails, many technicians can step out of the quintessential single-color minimalist nail designs that have become increasingly popular with the rise of minimalist beauty and instead create marble looks using all sorts of colors and finishes. Lizzo, for example, previously showed off a dainty marble manicure featuring pink and white colors, while Kylie Jenner briefly wore a similar manicure featuring a red and orange color palette.
How to Do Marble Nails at Home
If you are someone who prefers at at-home manicure, marble nails are one of those designs that you can easily get at home. Since marble nail art is similar to the look of Kintsugi nails, the process is actually almost identical.
After adding your preferred base coat, use gold or silver chrome flakes, or a metallic nail polish, to achieve the marbleized effect. "With a nail-art brush, you can make lines that "resemble your favorite tile, pottery, or marbleized look," celebrity manicurist Mar y Sol Inzerillo previously told POPSUGAR. For a more "intentionally carefree" look, aim for a design that resembles uneven cracks. Top it off with a top coat, which can be shiny or matte, depending on the look you're going for.
The possibilities are truly endless when it comes to marble nail art, and options are only as limited as your imagination. So if you're looking for some inventive ways to wear the trend, read ahead for a little inspiration.
— Additional reporting by Ariel Baker