Halloween is right around the corner and by now you probably have your costume picked out. But have you given any thought to your nails? Recently I felt inspired to go on the hunt for nail designs festive enough for costume parties or trick-or-treating with the little ones. I scoured the beauty supply to find the perfect shades of orange, black and white to capture the Halloween spirit. After a few hours searching the web I found some great ideas for goulish girl nails! Here is a simple nail design that you can recreate at home:
1.) Apply a base coat/nail hardener to your nails.
2.) Use an orange nail color as your background to set the tone for the theme–in this case a spider web design.
3.) Use black nail to create small dots by sparingly taping it in various sections of your nails. Only apply four to five dots; you don’t want to add too many or else it will start to look cluttered.
4.) Use a thin white design brush to create the spider nail design. Begin by creating a diamond shape on the nail. Then trace a smaller diamond inside the larger one. Add diagonal lines from corner to corner and your web complete!
5.) Finish with a clear top coat to seal the design which will help all that hard work last longer!
Knock-Knock? Who’s there?
My Spider-web nails!
Well, if that joke didn’t make you laugh, share your Halloween inspired nails on our Facebook page or share a twitpic @HelloBeautiful!
You can follow me for more on nail care @NessaLovesMusic.
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