The search is over! For years I have been trying to figure out how to create the perfect marble nails. I keep seeing them everywhere but they always involve free hand art and I just don't know how to draw white marble cracks. But as usual I thought out a way on how to make something classic with an unusual technique. And boy oh boy am I proud of this manicure! <3
This was a lot easier to create then I imagined. No need to free hand draw anything, or use nail stickers. All you need are 3 polishes, a matt top coat and a stamper. The technique is the same as I used when I was creating my Tropical sea nails and you can see the TUTORIAL HERE. All you do is stamp little blobs and this what comes out - how cool is that? :)
As I said before all you need are 3 polishes. You need a good white polish and my recent go to white is OPI Alpine snow. You use it as base and then as the dominant color when you make the dots on the stamper. A semi sheer gray, I used S-he 333 and a very opaque black polish, I used Yes love 467. When you make blobs on the stamper make the biggest ones the white ones, a few less and smaller ones should be gray and the smallest ones should be black.
When you apply the blobs on the nails they will mix and create the perfect white marble look! After you are done just add some matt top coat and you are done. And the best part is that since white is the dominant color it will bring out your tan. I just can't get enough of these <3
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