Can you believe that Hallowe’en is almost here? Since this year I haven’t had time to do as much Hallowe’en nail art as I would’ve liked, I decided to do a ’round-up’ type of post with Hallowe’en Nail Art Ideas in case you’re looking for some ideas.
You can click on the links or photos for each to be taken to the original blog post with the tutorial where I showed you how to recreate the look with step-by-step written instructions and visual aids.
As usual, if you try out any of the looks, I would love to see how yours turned out (and I’m sure that other readers would enjoy seeing it, too)! Please feel free to share photos of your nail art on my Facebook wall.
** Click on the links or photos below to go to the tutorial **
Not only is this sweet-treat design very quick to whip up on last-minute notice, but it only requires 3 different colours.
This is one of the simplest Hallowe’en design I’ve ever done, and it only uses two colours, which you probably already have. However, you’ll need a striper brush for the teeth and a dotting tool (but you could also use the end of a bobby pin or an old makeup brush).
After I enjoyed wearing the traditional skull nails, I decided to put a twist on it and add some fun colour. Who says that skeletons have to be just black and white? Dare to mix things up and put Technicolour twists on classic designs.
If you own the first BundleMonster nail-stamping set, you’ll have the image plate with the witch flying on her broomstick. With some yellow in the background, it looks like she’s flying across the yellow moon.
Here’s another super-easy design that uses very few polishes. To get an underground-comic-book feel, make the lines really sketchy and give a ‘wrapped’ effect by painting the lines in different directions.
By painting your nails green, adding a little emo hair and putting stitches onto the mouth, you can turn what would otherwise be a regular face into Frankenstein’s Monster.
Channel Charlotte’s Web by wearing some cobwebs on your nails and accenting one or a couple with spiders with yellow eyes. This look hardly takes any time at all, so if you’re in a pinch, try this one out.
Out of all the Hallowe’en designs I’ve done, this one was my absolute favourite because whenever I think of fright night, the first thing that comes to mind is this scene.
And, I’m sure you remember these little guys because this is the most recent design. Again, it’s very simple and uses just a few colours.
I’ll be trying my hand at one more Hallowe’en design. Hopefully I’ll have it ready and posted before the 31st, but we’ll see.
Do you know what will be on your nails this Hallowe’en?