From Pinterest to Real Life: Halloween Nail Art-5 Easy Looks
On the prowl for super cute, super easy Halloween nail art? Well look no further! Pinterest has come through like a champ AGAIN and this time it has provided endless hours of Halloween nail art amusement. Now just in full disclosure, like with the Halloween Makeup looks, I am no Van Gogh when it comes to my nails. I'm actually worse at nails then at makeup. True story. So when I say these looks are totally doable. They are TOTALLY DOABLE! From skulls to ghosts to spiderwebs, I'm going to share with you From Pinterest to Real Life: Halloween Nails-5 Easy Looks!
See what I mean? If I can do these, anyone can and I'm going to show you how to do it so you can rock your Halloween manicure fun.
5 Halloween Nail Art Looks for Real People
Spiderweb Nail Art
I LOVED this tutorial because my mind does not do lines or geometry or any type of math really. Lines are math, right? Anyways this step by step of a spiderweb was perfect! Instead of black nails with white lines I went with white nails and a black spiderweb..but same diff, right? Oh and the nail art pen in black? Amazeballs when it comes to making lines and drawing. I have to say I am pretty proud of how mine turned out!
Ghost Nail Art
Ok this was way easy and fast to do. Seriously a no brainer! I think it would be fun to use the ghost nail art as a couple of accent nails and paint the rest black or white. I once again employed the use of my nail art pen which makes it even easier. Simple, fast and Halloween ready!
Bloody Nail Art
So mine didn't turn out as super cool as these ones but you still get the same idea. I just dipped toothpicks in a red nail polish and went to town. Kinda gruesome but kinda therapeutic at the same time! Don't be afraid to scrape and dot and do whatever you want really! The toothpick allows for a lot more leniency when it comes to the red nail polish.
Frankenstein Nail Art
Instead of orange I went with a green tip because duh..Frankenstein! This was also super simple. White nails, green tips and then draw the black with the nail art pen and voila! You've got yourself a Frankenstein inspired nail. Perfect for a Halloween monster design.
Skull Nail Art
If you know me, you know I have a weird obsessions with skulls! So when I saw this skull nail art I had to give it a go. Once again with a white nail and the black nail art pen this skull look is easy peasy lemon squeezy!
Material Used in these Nail Art Looks
I Heart Nail Art Pen in Black
Remember to finish each of these looks with a top coat of nail polish to keep it looking oh so hallweeny longer!
Do you use nail art for the Holidays? Which Halloween nail art is your favorite?