Saturday, January 3, 2015

Nail art January: fresh

Hey ya'll! 

I'm taking a little break from birthday manis so I can start my monthly nail art challenge. Today's prompt was fresh which immediately make me think black and white. Here's what I used:


I started with Zoya Anchor as usual. Once that was dry I used Zoya Willa on my thumb, index, and pinkie, Zoya Dahlia on my ring finger, and Orly White Tips on my middle finger. Once my base colors dried, I stamped my middle finger with Zoya Willa and Born Pretty Store plate number QA91.


I went back to Orly White Tips and my green dotting tool to do a large dot followed by a small dot on my thumb, index, and pinkie. Once everything was dry, I topped the whole mani with Seche Vite to seal everything. 



I really love how this mani came out. It feels so chic. What do you think of this look? What color palette says, "chic" to you? 


27 comments:

  1. Black and white or white and gold always makes me think of chic.
    Love this!

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  3. These turned out great! Love the texture with the rest of the polish.

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  4. this looks classy.... love the texture on ring finger nail!

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  5. Super cute! I love the monochromatic textured look!

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  6. Loved it :) they look fresh n elegant

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  7. This is adorable. I think black and white is chic too.

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  8. Black and white is so classic...and skittlettes are my favorite! Really pretty!

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  9. This is fantastic! I love they way it all matches but seems so cohesive!

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  10. Black and white always looks classy! love it!

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  11. The texture adds a nice effect to the black and white theme.

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    1. Thanks! I love textured polish so much.

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  12. Great nailart. I love black and white combo.

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  13. This is such a classic look. I love it so much!

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  14. Love the black and white mani. I thought the chevrons were vinyls at first. You stamped them perfectly!!

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