After drying completely, apply a half moon nail tip with a darker color shade than the base coat. For instance, if you are using white nail color as the base, then opt for black, bright red or silver color for the tips. Once the tips are dry, seal both the layers with a nice top coat.
Apply a few dots (4 to 5 each) of all the nail polish colors on the nail tips in a random manner. There is no rule for this application; just do it freely. Now, to get a marbled effect, drag a striper brush over the color dots and move it in a soft swirling motion.
Making this design is very easy. To make it more attractive, you can create marbled manicure on the diagonal tip of your nails, too. Once you learn and get acquainted with this art, then modifying the base design and developing your own style is not that difficult.
The nail tips have a sharp or slightly curvy (petal-like) shape, with a point in the middle. You can decorate this middle point with an artificial stone or a simple dot of a contrasting nail polish. Chevron manicure can also be performed with the reverse method by using the desired color combination.
All you need to do is to create a small curve at its base (with the same color that you intend to use on the tips) and the regular French manicure tip. When both these curves get completely dry, then color the rest of the nail with a contrasting shade. This look is indeed unique and you can do a lot of color variations with this design, as well.
So, all said and done, now grasp up these techniques and then get trendy with some of the above-mentioned designs. You can also add glitter on the regular white tips to give your nails a trendy look.