Are you looking for cute and unique Halloween nails design for holiday that you can recreate at home or the nail salon? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
Fall is known for soft colors, cozy sweaters, falling leaves, pumpkin-flavored lattes, and stay-at-home time. Color schemes are often burnt orange, brown, nude, gold, or even a mix of soft greens and blues. If you want to see the best fall nail art ideas and nail art using these color schemes, keep reading! Halloween nails are an inevitable feature of this upcoming holiday season. More importantly, your nails can become your costume. We don’t want to exaggerate the truth. Sometimes time is running out, and you still don’t have your outfit ready. Please don’t panic. Choose one of these Halloween nail art ideas, go to your nail guru, or try it out yourself.
What about blood-spattered nails?
After you apply the base coat, apply liquid latex around the nail as close to the cuticle as possible. Take red nail polish (you can use gel nail polish to create big drops of blood and heal them, regular nail polish takes a long time to dry). Mix your gel nail polish with 70% alcohol. Cover your table. Take a toothbrush, coat it with nail polish, and spray the polish messily on your nails. Move the toothbrush around in different ways. Add a darker/lighter shade of red. Touch your nails with the bristles to make more significant drops. Cure or let dry. Remove the latex layer. You can apply a matte top coat and add some shiny stain.
What can you paint on your Halloween nails design?
When you think of Halloween, the first things that come to mind are pumpkins, different pumpkin light faces, and candy. Creepy nail art includes ideas such as ghosts, skulls, eyeballs, bats, spiders, spider webs, tombstones, and blood stains. You can also make red and black gradients.