Halloween is only a few days away. It’s the most terrible day of the year. Now is the best time to make our nails dreamy, weird and creepy. Not only the costumes are important for the perfect costume of Halloween, but also the Halloween nail art designs can not be ignored.
Halloween nail art designs are the best way to celebrate the festival. Halloween nail ideas are diverse, such as blood, candy, monsters, spiders and so on! From simple design to eye-popping design, here are 40 Spooktacular Halloween nail art designs I collected for you.
1. Bloody Scar Matte Nails
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It is finally October and you know what that means – lots and lots of Halloween decorations and costumes. But what better way to celebrate Halloween than with a stylish nail design, right? Nothing says “Halloween” quite like cute Jack-o’-lanterns, scary ghosts or tasty candy corns on your nails.
Our list of 35 cute and spooky designs will inspire you to transform your nails into mini costumes. Happy painting!
1. Black Bats
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Products used: Kiko Cosmetics in Ink Blue (shade 335), black and white acrylic paint and random shades of dark blue, white and purple.
Step 1: Start with a base color. Use a shade of your choice.
Step 2: Next, lightly sponge on some random darker and lighter blues, purples and white to create the look of a cloudy night sky.
Step 3: Add the moon using white acrylic paint.
Step 4: With black acrylic paint, add a round circle. This is the body of the bat. Keep in mind that we’re adding the fluffy shape in the next step so it’ll get a little bigger.
Step 5: Create a fluffy effect by doing small brush strokes all around the circle.
Step 6: Then create the wings and the eyes.
Step 7: Let it dry and finish with a matte top coat.
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