Last-Minute Halloween Nail Art That’s Actually Easy to Create
Glamazons, As much as I personally love dressing up for Halloween, I know executing a full look for one night just isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. The perfect solution? Halloween nail art. A themed manicure is ideal when you want to keep things low-key while still getting in the holiday spirit. It’s honestly just as good as a costume. And what’s even better is finding fool-proof designs that can be done at home in a few easy steps. Love!
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In need of simple nail art you can create just in time for Halloween? Get the deets on three spook-tacular designs below:
Candy Corn Nail Art
Before you get started on this look, prep your nails with a coat of JINsoon Power Coat Base Coat.
Step 1: Draw a straight line across the bottom third of your nail and fill it in towards the cuticle with JINsoon Abyss.
Step 2: Draw a straight line with JINsoon Hope at the top third of your nail and fill it in towards the edge.
Step 3: Fill the middle of your nail in with the ultra-festive ‘Glitzy’ from JINsoon’s Flapper Collection.
Step 5: Finally, apply a coat of JINsoon Top Gloss Top Coat to finish it off.
Color-Themed Nail Art
Step 1: Apply two generous coats of Tart Deco.
Step 2: Draw a thin French tip line on the nail using a liner brush dipped in Blanc.
Step 3: Outline the cuticle using a liner brush dipped in Licorice.
Step 4: Draw a solid line down the center of the nail with Licorice.
Step 5: Lastly, apply a top coat with Essie Gel•Setter.
Vampire Lip Nail Art
This nail look is a bit more intricate but just as hassle-free. First, apply OPI Base Coat to each nail as a prep.
Step 1: Use Coca Cola Red to draw and fill in a half moon oval shape near the cuticle.
Step 2: Use Black Onyx to draw an oval shape in the middle of the red half moons.
Step 3: Use Alpine Snow to draw fangs and two middle teeth on the black part of the mouth.
Step 4: Use Black Onyx to trace the outline of the teeth and add dimension.
Step 5: Once the design dries, apply OPI Top Coat to each nail and you’re done.
I can’t wait to try one of these nail art designs! Don’t you just love them, Glamazons? Tell me your favorite in the comments!
Keeping It Fashionable,