The Beauty Buffs – Black and White

It’s Wednesday which means that we are halfway through the workweek! I don’t know about  you, but I practically live for my weekends, and I start getting excited as soon as Thursday rolls around. Is that pathetic? Why can’t I just be independently wealthy and not have to work at all? At the same time, would I enjoy my weekends as much if I didn’t have to trudge through a workweek? Hmmm…Anyway, today I am back with The Beauty Buffs for a black and white mani. I love using black and white on my nails, so it took me for-eva to decide what I wanted to do. Well, let me show you what I ended up doing.

Black and White Gradient 1Black and White Gradient 2I started out with a gradient using Jessica Sharktooth (press sample), Jessica Velvet & Pearls (press sample) and Cuccio Colour Soaked In Seattle. I fidgeted with this forever because I could not get a smooth enough gradient for the life of me.

Black and White Gradient with Nubar Polka Dots 1Black and White Gradient with Nubar Polka Dots 2Black and White Gradient with Nubar Polka Dots 3I was going to try a reverse gradient stamp over this gradient, but I had already spent so much time on the base that I was just DONE! So I took out my bottle of Nubar Black Polka Dot and applied one coat. I was actually super happy about the way this turned out.

What do you think about this mani? Is it too loud and flashy or is this something that you would wear? Well, I hope that you are having a nice week, and don’t forget to check out the other black and white manis from my fellow Beauty Buffs. Thanks for stopping by today, and I will talk to you soon.

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16 thoughts on “The Beauty Buffs – Black and White

  1. Like Tina said, you picked the two hardest colors to do a gradient with! And it looks perfect…and extra awesome with the polka dots…and…tittie punch.

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