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The Classic Monochromatic Manicure Saturating Our Feeds

Why is it that when we discuss monochromatic looks, we often leave out the most iconic monochromatic look of them all: black and white? Since the invention of the color wheel, the most popular color combination is highly debated whether to consider black and white a monochromatic look. But even if the scientists and artists can't agree, that doesn't stop black and white nails from saturating our summer feeds.


From simplistic designs to graphic prints to classic patterns, the limit does not exist for how many ways you can incorporate this monochromatic look.

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