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Black and Silver Laser Nails | New Year | 40 Great Nail Art Ideas

This week for the 40 Great Nail Art Ideas group, we’re posting New Year nails. I have some party nails, done with a black and silver laser pattern.

They are inspired by the nails that first got me interested in nail polish, back in 2011. I was going to a 40th birthday party that had a “black and bling” theme. To finish my outfit off, I wanted some nice nails, but I only ever really painted my nails once or twice a year back then, and I only had a few bottles of polish – mainly reds and pinks. After some Googling, I discovered Minx and nail wraps and found some wraps that matched my dress really well. They had this exact design on them.

Black silver laser new year nails
Black silver laser new year nails

Although I didn’t really get on with nail wraps, I did like having my nails “done”, and a few months later, I started buying polish. The rest is history.

I often think of this design when I think of parties or New Year. Recreating them seemed the obvious choice for this theme. This time around though, I’ve used nail vinyls and polish … not nail wraps.

Black silver laser new year nails
Black and silver laser New Year nails

These are the “original” nails that I did in 2011, using nail wraps:

Black and silver (nail wraps)
My “original” black and silver laser nail wraps.

 

 

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For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Laser nails – base colour: three coats of Nina Silver Slipper, one coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust
  • Laser nails – black: Nella Milano Raven Wing
  • Accent nail: three coats of Nina Silver Slipper, one coat of Ciaté Locket and one coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust
  • Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl


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Comments

Lisa N.
Reply

Awesome looking black and silver laser nails! I like how thick the lines to it are too.

Sharon M
Reply

Just beautiful – simple and sophisticated! I also like the thinker lines!

Sharon M
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that’s ‘thicker’, not ‘thinker’…LOL!

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