There is no better time than Halloween to embrace the trend of nail art. Unlike most holidays, where you have to play it safe (that you will not appear to Easter Mass with a rabbit 3D thumb), Halloween is done to give the maximum. After all, the whole purpose of the festival is to completely transform yourself – even the spookiest of Halloween nail designs.
DIY Halloween Nail Art Ideas
Counting the days until you get to play dress up, we have thought of every detail of our suit and scouring Pinterest nail designs for Halloween murderer (I see what I did there?), We can use the whole month. We have even rounded the best Halloween nail art we’ve seen this year. The best part? All designs are easy ones that you can take on your own. While the manicure money is always well spent, we know that you are saving your moola for that average price of candy the day after Halloween.
Are you an expert pumpkin carver? Well, you do not have to rely on your front porch to show her teacher seasonal work. These bright nails jack-o’-lantern are quick and easy to imitate. Start by applying a layer of white base, and follow with two coats of OPI nail polish in Chromatic Orange. Then create spooky faces with OPI Black Onyx, and fill the rest of the nail so that only the faces of his show orange pumpkin. End OPI Top Coat.
These nails are sewn to us to channel our inner Sally Skellington. To carry out this Halloween nail art, choose three of their favorite nail colors. We recommend starting with a glaze of orange seasonally appropriate, like Essie Nail Polish in attractive Divide, fear or desire and Vices Versa. Then use a nail brush of black art to “stitch” together for each color creepy-chic look.
Paying tribute to the most famous monster of all time is not as elusive as you might think. From rocking look is ugly Frankenstein’s claim to fame, you definitely do not need a steady hand to draw the tired hair and gruesome stitches. Try Essie Nail Polish in Shake your $$ Maker for green Frankenstein “glow”.
Black Cat French manicure
The timeless French manicure is always in style, but this Halloween are adding a fun twist to the classic look by adding black cat tips. Need this look in his hands right now? Apply a layer of transparent base (try Wet n Wild Shine Base Coat) before creating two forms of triangle on the side of the nail with black enamel. Next, create a crescent shape between the triangles and stuff to create their furry friends. Once dry, paint two white dots of eyes and later with a nail art brush, paint a thin black line in the center of the eye.