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Pumpkin Nail Art - ORLY Mayhem Mentality* & L'Oreal Confetti Topcoat*
Dripping Blood Nail Art - Revlon Bare Bones & Revlon Red*, Ebay Nail Dotting Tool

Frankenstein Stitches Nail Art - American Apparel Neon Green & Barry M Nail Art Pen


So it's Halloween tomorrow, and you might not be getting dressed up, or you may have already celebrated Halloween the previous weekend (I dressed up as Hulk Hogan), or you just don't like dressing up. Try not being a spoilsport and have a go at adorning your talons with some simple Halloween nail art. So without further ado here are three quick, no fuss Halloween inspired nail art which literally take as long as the polish takes to dry. Perfect for beginners or advanced nail artists these are all foolproof designs anyone can do!

Pumpkin Nails-

Paint on one or two coats of an opaque bright orange polish (ORLY Mayhem Mentality) then layer over a speckled top coat (L'Oreal Confetti Topcoat) to give a speckled Pumpkin like finish. This is one of the easiest most effective nail art ideas for Halloween you could try. You could even use a nail art pen to draw a pumpkin face on top of the glitter topcoat for an accent nail.

Dripping Nails-

Pick a neutral skin tone inspired nail polish and paint on one or two coats as needed and wait for them to dry. Take a small nail dotting tool (Ebay Nail Dotting Tool) and blob of the red nail polish (Revlon Red) onto a piece of scrap paper. Then dot on the red in a drippy pattern going down towards the cuticle, add a few drips and drops to create a splattered effect.

Frankenstein Stitches-

Paint a few coats of a spooky green polish onto the nail (American Apparel Neon Green) wait for the base to be completely dry then use a nail art pen (Barry M Nail Art Pen in Black) to draw a few stitches on randomly. To draw the stitches on all you do is some lines, crossed over with a few other lines. Easy peasy!

Have you tried any Halloween nail art?

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