No Halloween Costume would be complete without the finishing touches. Take a look at some of these creative Halloween nail art ideas to get your juices flowing. Feeling wicked? Spooky? Ghoulish? We have your covered and so do these nail artists.
Glowing Jack ‘O Lanterns from Adventures in Acetone: start with a white base and then a couple of coats of an neon orange nail polish. Once that was dry, use OPI Black Onyx to paint some spooky faces and filled in the rest of the nail so the orange was only showing where you would have cut out on the pumpkin. Apply one coat of HKGirl Top Coat followed by one coat of OPI Matte Top Coat.
Halloween Needle Drag from Kerruticles: Paint one thick coat of the orange base, OPI A Roll In The Hague, quickly add a couple of largish dots of black, MUA Shade 2, at the tip end using the brush from the bottle. Add a dot of orange in about the center of the nail. Then, using a fine dotting tool, promptly swirl the colors around a bit until you get the desired look
The Nail Trail posts tons of cool nail art videos on YouTube and Instagram. Here are a few of our favorites. Spooky eyes in the dark with polish from Chici Chi Cosmetics. Simple white polish with a black border using OPI polish.
Nail artist TREVIGINTI used a Red Black Gradient to create the alluring look above (photo with the apple above). You can play the Evil Queen in Snow White.
Ghost Nails by Rathy for Petitie Peinture are simple but effective.
The “Spooky Dots” Halloween was created for Julep Maven by Rachel Smith using Sam (It Girl): Limeade crème, Brigitte (Classic with a Twist): Bright white crème, Jet (It Girl): Jet black crème, Margarita (Bombshell): Palace purple crème, and Plié Wand Creativity Kit: Two Plié-compatible nail art tools—a dotting tool and striping brush