How to Create Your Own Marble Nails with No Tools & No Mess

How to Create Your Own Marble Nails with No Tools & No Mess


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Marble has always symbolized beauty and strength. What a perfect trend for a woman even more beautiful and strong to wear on her nails.

Marble nails are easy to achieve with our nail wraps. There's no need for any messy tools or additional products. Simply fit to the size of your nail, press on and file off the excess. Finish off with our clear nail polish for perfect results.

Here are a few of our favorite marble looks! You are sure to find one that will be perfect for any occasion. 

1. Our Purple Watercolor nail wrap marries the marble trend with beautiful shades of purple. 

purple marble nails are easy to do with nail wraps

2. Our classic Marble nail wrap will be an instant favorite among your collection. Its perfect white and gray combination is versatile and sophisticated. Try mixing and matching with your favorite solid for a paint chip look.

marble nails are a huge trend right now

3. Rose Gold Marble is a stunning combination of feminine light pinks, deep rose and gold foil. It is a fun twist on a classic favorite.

rose gold marble nails nail wraps

4. This Stone set is sheer and dainty. It's deep colors are displayed beautifully alongside accents of gold. It brings the look of decadence without the high price tag.

stone marble nails

5. Ocean Air is a colorful set of wraps that will stand out among the crowd. Rather than spending hours in the salon, or fumbling with bulky tools, this set goes on in 3 easy steps.

 

colorful marble nails

We have a variety of top coats that will be perfect to finish off your look. We suggest our classic top coat or our matte gel top coat! For best results, reapply classic top coat every few days. This will keep the manicure strong and looking fresh. Nail wraps last up to two weeks with proper application, and can be easily removed with nail polish remover.

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