Okay, so it may not be time to take swirl nails out of your lineup. But it is definitely time to add marble nails to your rotation. Marble nails are heating up this season, and we’ve taken notice because all of our favorite nail techs are wearing them. We know a good bandwagon when we see one. Call up your nail tech ASAP. Here are some marble nails to inspire your next mani.

White Marble Nails

We love how subtle @amyle.nails white marble nails are. To recreate her white marble nails, all you will need is a nude color, white nail polish, a dotting tool, and a clean brush. First, coat your nails with a nude color as a base. After that, create a mixture of white nail polish and the nude color you have on a non-stick surface. Use the white color more for this. You’re going to use this for your marble pattern. Mix the colors and swipe your brush on the mixture. Ensure that the brush for this is ultra-thin. You can then begin to create lines in any way you like on the nude base. That’s how easy it is to achieve these white marble nails.

White Marble Nails
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Green Marble Nails

To achieve these green marble nails, you will need various nail polish shades of green, clear nail polish, white nail polish, a dotting tool, and a brush. First, coat your nails with clear polish and let them dry. After that, take a non-stick surface, set out your green shades and white nail polish, and mix the colors with a dotting tool. Mix it how you want to create a marble pattern. After mixing, take your brush and begin swiping the mixture on your nails. You can also dip your brush in white nail polish after swiping the first coat and make thin lines using your brush’s side. Let the nails dry. And there you have it! Your green marble nails are done.

Green Marble Nails
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Blue Marble Nails

To create these beautiful and dreamy blue marble nails, you will need a few shades of blue nail polish, white nail polish, clear nail polish, a dotting tool, and a brush. Coat your nails with clear nail polish as a base. Take the blue shades and white nail polish to mix on a non-stick surface. Mix them up whatever way you want to create a marble pattern. After that, take your brush and swipe it on your nails. However, to achieve a swirly look, you must move your brush left and right while swiping. Finally, apply a top coat, and you are done.

Blue Marble Nails
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To achieve these blue marble nails, use clear nail polish as a base. Grab a turquoise nail color, some gold foil, and gold foil gel. You’ll also need a brush and a dotting tool to achieve this marble look. Use a non-stick surface and mix your nail colors with a dotting tool. Make your marble mixture whatever way you want. After that, use a clean nail polish brush and swipe it through the mix you just made. Paint all your fingers with this mixture in different motions. To copy the exact look, you can move your brush in curve motions. Next, use a brush to apply dots of gold foil gel. Place the gold foil gel dots wherever you like. While the gel is tacky, press a sheet of gold foil into it. Then pull the sheet away. Some of the gold foil should stick to your nails. Voila! Your blue marble nails are all done.

Blue Marble Nails
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For the blue marble nails, you’ll need The GelBottle Inc’s Clear BIAB, BIAB 19, Blooming Gel, Pastel V082, Bluemarine, and Blue Steel. (If you can’t do gel, grab some regular polishes.) First, use the Clear BIAB as a base and prime your nails with BIAB 19. After that, take a non-stick surface and mix Blooming Gel, Pastel V082, Bluemarine, and Blue Steel. Take a dotting tool and mix the colors. Swipe the mixture on the brush and put it on your nails in swirling motions. Be sure to leave some space and only do this on the sides to ensure your clear polish shows through. Let your marble nails dry, and you’re done. 

Blue Marble Nails
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What do you think of marble nails? Let us know in the comments.