Compare Swatches
Steph's Closet Nail Polish Blog & Photo Gallery
Contact
About
Video
Reader
Gallery
Store
Blog

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

Pedi of the Day: Black and White French

Black and White French Pedicure

Hope ya'll are having an enjoyable day.  In the Cincy region, it's about 60 degrees and cloudy.  Heck, I'm not complaining though.  I'll take anything other than snow these days.

With warm weather and Spring creeping up, I thought now would be a perfect time to do a pedi post.  All feet are ugly.  There's nothing pretty about them.  And, what's even worse is giving yourself a home pedicure.

Usually I don't recommend salon services, but in this case it's definitely worth the splurge.  It's a perfect time to relax and treat your tooties to some pampering.  You deserve it!

Black and White French Pedi

For my pedicure, I used wet n wild black creme and the Sally Hansen nail art pen in white.  Wet n Wild's black polish is the best hands down.  It's opaque in one coat and super glossy.  Milani's Black Magic is another great black.

Have a fabulous night!

Tags: potd, pedicure of the day, black, white, french, pedi

Posted by Steph at 09:15:am
views / 11 comments

(11) Comments

Denny said on Feb 7th, 2009 9:50 am
This is a nice twist to the french manicure that I have grown oh so tired of. Very chic. :-)
Reply

Katee said on Feb 8th, 2009 12:26 pm
Cute and different!
Reply

avroys said on Feb 8th, 2009 3:56 am
That is just lovely! Very neatly done as well. In the Southern hemisphere we are approaching autumn and I might just try something similar to your pedi!
Reply

Hend said on Feb 8th, 2009 4:20 am
this is so pretty,i love it!
Reply

sheo said on Feb 8th, 2009 11:14 am
That is just so cute. I think I might be inspired to add a little white french tip to my current pedi (SOPI I'm With Brad) today, now that I've finally got my toenails grown out a little. I have a habit of keeping them ridiculously short.
Reply

Steph said on Feb 8th, 2009 1:16 am
Hi Denny, Thanks! :) I just love mixing up different colors. The traditional french shades can be so boring. Katee, Thanks, doll! Hope your having a good weekend. Avroys, Awww, thanks! You should def try it! A dark gray would also be hot but not so bold. :)
Reply

Steph said on Feb 8th, 2009 1:20 am
Hi Hend, Awwe, Thanks! :) Sheo, You defintely should! I'm the same. If my toe nails get really long they tend to hit my shoe and break off. And, it takes forever and a day to grow back! :)
Reply

Laura said on Feb 12th, 2009 10:27 am
Love this look! Do you put the white on as a last step over the whole painted black nail? Or do you leave some room at the tip for the white when you paint the black? Thanks for the instruction! :)
Reply

Steph said on Feb 15th, 2009 10:02 am
Hi Laura, Aww, Thanks! I'm pretty happy with the outcome. I painted my toes first with two coats of black and a topcoat then applied SH nail art pen.
Reply

clapster said on Mar 19th, 2009 9:10 am
You are so right about that black! One coat is all the WNW needs and who doesn't love that?! You have also inspired me to try some funky Frenchs too. I only found your blog a little while ago and I'm hooked! Thanks!
Reply

Steph said on Mar 19th, 2009 9:29 am
Hi Clapster, Aww, thanks! I'm so glad you found your way here..When you start doing those funky french you'll be hooked! I know it. :)
Reply

Connect with Facebook

Post Your Comment

Name:
(Published)
Email:
(Not Published)
Website:

Verification:
Follow StephsCloset on Twitter Become a Fan on Facebook Subscribe to Youtube
Welcome
Login, contact and learn more about my passion!
Comments
Latest feedback from my loyal readers

Patricia said, on Sep 26th, 2012 12:11 pm regarding Product Review: Red Carpet Manicure Pro Kit
Hi Steph,
Love your blog. You wrote: Always wrap the free edge or tip throughout each step. I didn't see this step in the video. Could you please explain how to do the wrap process and with what material. Thank you.

Megan said, on Sep 8th, 2012 1:12 am regarding Product Review: Red Carpet Manicure Pro Kit
I am wondering if these gel polishes can be used with other gels. I have a different system with a different brand of base coat and top coat, can the different brands of gel mix?

Shelly said, on Aug 19th, 2012 3:43 pm regarding Product Review: Red Carpet Manicure Pro Kit
I've had my kit for a couple of months now and love the way it lasts; but the Structure and Brilliance brushes are starting to stiffen and so is the gel in the bottles. Anyone else having that issue? Is there a way to thin them out?

Jill said, on Aug 8th, 2012 5:47 pm regarding Product Review: Red Carpet Manicure Pro Kit
Hi, does anyone know if I can thin out the red carpet base coat so that it is easier to apply?

Steph said, on Jul 3rd, 2012 4:14 pm regarding Wet n Wild Flash Dry Nail Colors
Hi Prinzy,
It was a gorgeous color! I remember picking up a few bottles because I loved the color so much! lol! Actually, yes, I'm launching a store in the next couple of weeks. I have everything built, I'm just working on the Terms and Conditions right now, so it should be very, very soon.

I only have about 10 Studio M colors in the store currently, but I will be taking special pre-orders once it opens.

prinzy said, on Jul 3rd, 2012 3:47 pm regarding Wet n Wild Flash Dry Nail Colors
I missed out on speed, looks like a gorgeous high-end purple. btw, are you still thinking of selling studio m nail polishes on your website? thanks

sarah said, on Jun 14th, 2012 8:03 am regarding Summer Collection: China Glaze Poolside
thanks :)

Steph said, on Jun 13th, 2012 2:04 pm regarding Summer Collection: China Glaze Poolside
Hi Sarah,
I'm not sure about retail stores, but you can still find them on amazon.com.

Sarah said, on Jun 12th, 2012 2:19 pm regarding Summer Collection: China Glaze Poolside
Can I still buy them in the stores now?

Debra said, on May 26th, 2012 4:59 pm regarding Product Review: Red Carpet Manicure Pro Kit
I've been playing with this system for about a month now. I love it! When I first started I used the clear just so I could get a feel for it. Then I got adventurous and tried a "sandwich" with a China Glaze color. It probably would have stayed on longer if I had been able to seal off the edges, but my nails were so short it was a bit difficult. The next time I used RCM gel polish in Simply Stunning (a pale slightly shimmery nude color). This time I had gotten enough practice to really make my coats thin and it worked out fabulous. I'm trying to send all my friends the Ulta 20% coupon (5/26 is the last day) so they can get a kit for about $64. :) Now I hope to get a little creative with color combos and nail design. Thanks for the review.

Archive
Read Past Blog Entries
Tags
Find what you need organized nicely
Subscribers
View subscribers or subscribe yourself!
Gallery
Browse awesome images in the photo gallery
Link Love
Sendin' love to all my favorite divas!
Subscribe to Feed Feeds
Keep up with Steph's Closet!

Page Generated in 0.11 seconds