Halloween nail art

Halloween is just around the corner and I have some Halloween themed nail art to show you. Hopefully you’ll find some inspiration!

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What if you really really don’t like spiders? Well make them holo of course! For this mani I used Kimono-over from Essie, Space race from H&M, Spider stencils from Snail vinyls and some freehand skills.

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For this mani I used Lincoln park after dark, O Suzi mio, Purple palazzo pants, Lady in black and Alpine snow, all from OPI together with Graveyard stencils from Whatsupnails.

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And here is a close-up on the thumb just because it turned out pretty good.

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For this black cat french manicure I used New York from piCture pOlish, 5042 Lady Wizard from Depend and Alpine snow from OPI.

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The holo spider decided to leave some holo spider webs on my nails. For this manicure I used Black dress not optional from OPI as the base and I stamped with Space race from H&M using stamping plate Mother nature 04 and the crystal clear stamper from MoYou London.

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This is a recreation of a mani I did last Halloween, but this time with holo. For this mani I used Unicorn dream, Forbidden witchcraft, Sweet elves, 031 and 497 from Depend.

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These spooky fall leaves are inspired by a picture I saw on Pinterest. Someone had painted fall leaves white and then painted eyes and a mouth on them to make them look like ghosts. I though that idea would be great as nail art, and I think I was right! For this mani I used Black dress not optional, Alpine snow and Lady in black from OPI together with Autumn leaf stencils from Snail vinyls.

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October is not just Halloween, it’s also breast cancer awareness month, so I decided to combine the two with these pink Hello Kitty skulls. These nails took me forever to make, since I’m apparently not friends with the stamping plate I used. For this mani I used O2 488, 488, 039, black and white stamping polish from Depend, together with stamping plate Fun 9 from Fab Ur Nails.

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For this bat-man(i) I used Meow from piCture pOlish together with stamping plate Festive 15 from MoYou London and silver and black stamping polish from Depend.

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Did someone say holoween, how cool are these orange holo pumpkins!? For this mani I used Forbidden witchcraft as the base together with 039, both from Depend along with Pumpkin faces stencils and Dot zig zag tape from Whatsupnails.

How will you paint you nails for halloween?

 

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Essie Kimono-over

This fall Rebecca Minkoff is taking us to Japan with Essie’s new collection called Kimono-over. The collection consists of three typical fall shades and three lighter shades.

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“If you want to get lucky, I say kimono-over” – Essie

img_7768Essie Kimono-over – Playing koi

Playing koi is a rusty orange creme polish that covers in two coats. It’s a perfect fall shade!

img_7770Essie Kimono-over – Maki me happy

Maki me happy is a berry toned red creme polish that covers in two coats.

img_7772Essie Kimono-over – Kimono-over

Kimono over is a dark plum creme polish that is almost a one coater, but I used two coats. I love shades like this one for fall.

img_7766Essie Kimono-over – Now and zen

Now and zen is a light grey creme polish with hints of green in it, and it covers in two coats.

img_7761Essie Kimono-over – Go go geisha

Go go geisha is a dusty light pink creme polish that covers in two coats.

img_7764Essie Kimono-over – Udon know me

Udon know me is a dusty light blue creme polish that covers in two coats.

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I think it’s a really good collection, both formula and color wise and my favorite shades are Playing koi and Kimono-over.

Which shade is your favorite from the collection?