Let’s face it: Halloween is going to look a little weird this year — you know, seeing as we’re still in the middle of a pandemic and all. Nonetheless, that’s no excuse to let your spooky nails or Halloween manicure game suffer. In fact, we’d think taking the time to paint some little ghosties or black cats on your nails would be a nice self-care break from the rest of the world. Luckily, so many nail artists on Instagram have shared looks that can be recreated at home. Some of them are serving us spider-webbed French tips and horror movie-themed designs, while others are doing oozing blood drips and homages to pop culture’s scariest serial killers.
Halloween is just around the corner. Maybe you have prepared for your costumes for this Halloween party! But don’t forget to get some Halloween nail art to show up your costumes. Browse through our collections and start to polish up for Halloween with one of these spooky-cute nail designs. Today we collected one of the hottest spider nails for acrylic Hollaween nails.
Coffin nails , aso called Ballerina nails , they have a square but not a pointy tip. People started to call this nail shape ‘ballerina’ due to its resemblance to a slipper usually worn by ballerinas. And darker souls noticed that this shape looked like a coffin, that is why they commenced using this name. Fall season is coming , which stands for romantice season. Therefore, elegant coffin nails can be a perfect fall nails .
short French nails refers to using monochrome nail polish to clearly and accurately draw a side line with perfect radian in the front part of nature, and the width and arc of one hand’s side line are required to maintain visual consistency. French manicure is popular among customers, especially white-collar women, because of its simple and refreshing appearance. It is one of the commonly used techniques for making make-up finger (toe) nail.