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Marble Nails Are The Latest Mani Trend On Our Radar

Yes, that marble.

Beauty & Fashion

I'll be completely honest and tell you that when it comes to nails, I can be a bit boring. I am all about neutral colors and almost have a panic attack on the rare occasion that I walk on the wild side and get red or burgundy. I know most of you rolled your eyes but this is my truth. Anyway, because of this, I am not often in the loop when it comes to nail trends. However, as soon as I saw this new nail trend, I knew I was going to try it! The new trend is marble nails. Yes, that marble. As in the marble on your countertops in your kitchen or bathroom. While I'm not quite sure who looked at their kitchen counter and thought, "I think I'll put that on my nails," I would personally like to offer my gratitude to you, whoever you are.

Marble nails are literally for everyone as they can be as subtle or elaborate as you want them to be. Women all over the world are hopping on this new trend. A quick search of #marblenails can quickly take you down the rabbit hole of pages and pages of marble nail inspo. Our girl Megan Thee Stallion is one of them. Recently, the "Body" artist dared to rock a fresh mani set of marble nails done by her nail artist, Coca Michelle.

To get you as excited as I am about the marble nails trend, I'm sharing some of my favorite marble nails looks below. Get into these nails, ladies!

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