Holographic Plastic Bag Marble Mani

Hello everyone!

I did this super easy manicure the other day, inspired by all the plastic bag marble manis that I’ve seen Young Wild and Polished posting on Instagram lately!

I have done this nail art technique a few times before, but it has definitely been a while. The plastic bag technique is such an easy way to create some marble nails, and for the most part I am pretty happy with how this design turned out. 

Keep reading to find out how I created this mani!


I really wanted to feature Color Club “Harp On It” in this mani because it is one of my favorite holographic nail polishes. I painted all my nails with it, except for my middle nail which I painted white, then added holographic dots over the top. This polish looks amazing in the sunlight!! It is so reflective and sparkly.

Then I did the plastic bag marble on my ring finger and index finger using Floss Gloss “95% Angel”, Floss Gloss “Lavish”, a white polish and “Harp On It”. The pastel colors sometimes mushed together a little too much, and looking at the pictures I kind of wish I had used slightly darker shades so that they would stand out more.

And of course, I topped all my nails with Seche Vite top coat.


If you want to see how I created this design with voice overs, then check out my YouTube tutorial here:


I hope you guys like this design! Be sure to let me know what nail art you would like me to do next. 😄💕

Love,
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