Day 7 of the 30 Day Challenge: Black and white nails

I’m back again with today’s installment of the 30 Day Challenge and today’s theme is ‘black and white nails’.

These two plain colours (or absences of colour) tend to be a popular nail polish combination for me. I love the classy smart effect you can get with them and often trade the white in for a silver.

Today however, I decided to go with something a bit more fun!

Black and white nails – in the shade

Piano nails! How cute are these? I think this was probably the easiest stamping experience I’ve had so far (not that it’s hard!) and was a real joy to do.

I started by painting my nails with Barry M Matt White and after it had dried, I used Bundle Monster Plate 207 and Konad Special Polish in Black to stamp the piano pattern over it.

I’m really looking forward to seeing what the others doing this challenge can offer today as I might have to pinch some black and white ideas!

For this manicure I used:
  • Sally Hansen – Maximum Growth
  • Barry M – Matt White
  • Konad Special Polish – Black
  • Bundle Monster Plate 207
  • Sally Hansen – Insta-Dri

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Posted on by Laura Robson in Challenges, Nail Art 13 Comments
  • victoria

    So smart! These look great :)

  • Daysi Membreno

    This is seriously such a kick ass mani. GREAT JOB! I love it :)

  • Lydia’s Nails

    Love them! Great stamping, so crisp and clean

  • Anna

    So precise and bold. Really love this!

  • Erin

    Very cute :)

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  • Wendy Stanbury

    Lovely mani, and like the way you laid out your photos too x

    • shewhodoesnails

      Thanks, I’ve been trying to decide if I like the photo layout or not, but its nice to have some feedback!

      • Wendy Stanbury

        It’s great, wish I knew how to do it!!

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  • Jo

    Love these , great stamping!

  • Lady

    great stamping design!

  • Laura

    Just saw these on pinterest and wanted to say how much I like them! I might just have to attempt to freehand something like this.

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