Cute and Easy Black and White Nail Design for 2023

by RoseDIY13
3 Materials
20 Minutes

Are you looking for some black-and-white nail designs for 2023? Here I have a gorgeous leaf design to show you, and you will be blown away by just how simple it is to create. Grab your tools, and let’s get started!

Tools and materials:

  • Nail polish (black and white)
  • Fine nail brush
  • Top coat
Applying black nail polish

1. Apply black nail polish

First, paint your nails with black nail polish. Go in with as many layers as you need so that your nails are nicely covered.

Adding lines

2. Paint line on nails

Next, pick up some white nail polish with your fine nail brush. Going from one side of the nail, draw a sweeping line across each nail.

You don’t want the line to touch the other side of the nail but rather go about ⅔ of the way across the nail. This will be the branch.

Adding dots

3. Paint on dots

Now draw white dots at the top of and on either side of the line. Make sure the dots are evenly spaced apart.

You also want each dot to have a good amount of polish - a small dollop - as we will need this for the next stage.

Turning dots into leaves

4. Turn dots into leaves

Now you want to smear out each dot to turn them into leaves. Join each leaf up to the branch. Proceed to do this on all of your nails.

Applying topcoat

5. Apply top coat

Finish off the nails with a clear top coat.

Black and white nail design 2023

Black and white nail design 2023

Here are the finished nails. We all know that black and white is a timeless combination that will always be in style.

This leaf design was very easy to create, yet it looks incredibly elegant and professional.

I hope you like this nail design as much as I do and you’ll give it a go for yourself! Let me know how you get on in the comments.

Check out my post on Make Your Nails Grow Overnight With One Common Kitchen Ingredient.

Suggested materials:
  • Nail polish (black and white)
  • Fine nail brush
  • Top coat

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