Nail Art: Pink & Black Zebra Nails Using Konad Image Plate m57

Pink & Black Zebra Nail Art Nail SwatchesYesterday, I shared my thoughts with you on OPI I’m All Ears from the Vintage Minnie Mouse Collection. Although it was like, it wasn’t love.

So, what did I do? I Konaded the *beep* out of it. πŸ˜‰ Here are Pink & Black Zebra Nails!

I turned to my tried-and-true full-nail Konad image plate m57. The zebra print never lets me down. Even when I’ve used it over a polish I didn’t care for, it turns it into a winning manicure for me that I enjoy wearing.

Haha, maybe it’s a cop-out because I’m sure you all have seen this zebra print a bazillion times. It’s nothing revolutionary now. But, it just goes to show you what a must-have the Konad m57 image plate is! πŸ™‚ If you don’t already have it, get it!

Pink & Black Zebra Print Nails Swatches

All swatches have:

Flash Photos

Pink & Black Zebra Nail Art Nail Swatches

Pink & Black Zebra Nails Nail Art

Easy Zebra Nail Art Pink & Black Nails

Pink and Black Zebra Nail Art Nails

Pink and Black Zebra Nails Nail-Art Swatches

Pink and Black Zebra Pattern Nails Nail Art

Pink & Black Zebra Nail Art

Natural Light Photos

Easy Pink & Black Zebra Nail Art Nail Swatches

Pink & Black Zebra Konadicure Nail Art Swatches

Pink & Black Zebra Konadicure Nails Pictures

Simple Pink & Black Zebra Nail Art Pictures

(In case you’re curious, you can see the base polish solo in my OPI I’m All Ears swatches & review post.)

Konad Image Plate m57 Picture

Konad Image Plate m57

Key Notes

Konad Tutorial: Check out my Konad Tutorial for step-by-step written instructions & visual aids to make nail stamping easier!

Stamping Products I Used to Create This Look:

  • Konad m57 Image Plate: $6.99 USD
  • Konad Special Nail Polish (Black): 11 mL – $6.99 USD
  • Konad Stamper (came in a set with a metal scraper): $4.99 USD for set
  • Konad Plastic Scraper: $2.50 USD
  • Where to Buy Konad Supplies:Β WowSoCool & OC Nail Art

Do you have a tried and true stamping image plate that turns an okay manicure into a manicure you love?


12 thoughts on “Nail Art: Pink & Black Zebra Nails Using Konad Image Plate m57

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey karen!

      Thanks! Haha, in person, it was quite eye-catching, too. I had to sometimes put effort into NOT looking at my nails, just so I wouldn’t be TOO vain. πŸ˜‰

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Another Cristina!

      Thanks – glad you liked it. πŸ™‚ Yeah, stamping over pinks makes them more wearable for me. Maybe you’ll get more mileage out of yours this way, too.

  1. Marta

    Okay… so I totally do what you do… when I love a polish I like wearing it in it’s full glory… but when it is a so-so shade on me I pull out the stamping plates πŸ˜‰
    And an animal print makes EVERYTHING BETTER! πŸ˜‰
    soooo, that being said, I love what you did here! Your stamping is so crisp and pretty!
    I think YOU would love konad M70 for the paint-splatter look! I use that to disguise any so-so shade πŸ˜‰ or to add character to a beloved shade πŸ˜€
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    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Marta!

      High praise from The Stamping Queen! πŸ™‚ *Content sigh* That means so much coming from you, especially!

      Oh yes, the splatter look is something that I’ve always wanted to try. Don’t think I have that Konad plate. It’ll be in my next order! πŸ™‚


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