Updated DRY Marble Mani Tutorial

Zoya Dry Marble Mani Tutorial

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Since the response was so great on my dry marble mani, I made another tutorial for you glossy girls demonstrating the technique because my last one’s a little old and these colours are brighter and easier to see. So, it’s pretty self explanatory, no? And best of all, so easy (specially when using super-pretty Zoya polish). All you really need is three of your favourite colours (hopefully ones that go well together –or not!) and a plastic sandwich bag, which you’ll need to cut up. I also suggest always adding white into the mix, so it’s best to have two colours plus a white, like Zoya Purity. The white really adds brightness and contrast for the swirls, making it look deliciously marbly. And that’s it! This dry marble mani takes no longer than a minute or so per nail, but you want to make sure the polish is dry before adding top coat, otherwise you risk the polish dragging.

Have you tried this technique out? If so, you best be posting them to Instagram with the hashtag #glossynails or #helloglossy or tweeting me your photos! I’d love to see your creations and colour combos, because the gorgeous options are kinda limitless with this design. Happy (easy) marbling! 

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Comments

  1. Girl, I tried this and it turned out so badly. I am just so confused as to how you made this work.

    • Whatttt? I’d love to see how it came out! I’m sure it’s not half as bad as you’re making it sound. I can’t think of another, easier way to explain the process, though. Just try, try again… I’m sure you’ll get it! x

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