Halloween nail art manicures

Purchased by Me buttonI know, I know. Halloween has come and gone. And I would have had this post up on Halloween or before but I’ll be honest, I’ve really been struggling with anxiety this week and being seriously stressed and overwhelmed (still am ๐Ÿ˜ฆ ). So blogging took a backseat (thank you, past me for scheduling a ton of posts ahead of time) while I’ve been trying to sort myself out. I’m not completely sorted out (who is these days anyway?) but I wanted to sit down and show you the manicures I’ve had on my hands over the last couple of weeks leading up to Halloween. I’ve done a blood drip manicure, a disappearing/reappearing manicure, and a Frankenstein themed manicure. A copious amount of pictures ahead ๐Ÿ˜‰

Halloween Nail Art  | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly warm state | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly warm state close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly transition state | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly cold state | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly cold state close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Let’s start off with the thermal disappearing/reappearing manicure with Baroness X Ghastly and Polish ‘M Pennhurst. I started off with ย 3 coats plus top coat of Ghastly (which I’ll show you in full at a later date), used YouPolish nail vinyls/decals, and sponged Polish ‘M Pennhurst over the top.

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly warm state bats macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly warm state ghosts macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly warm state kitty macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Polish 'M Pennhurst, Baroness X Ghastly warm state cat macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

To be honest, the ghost kinda looks like it’s shrugging in a “IDGAF” pose. ๐Ÿ˜› Pennhurst did need 2 coats of top coat to smooth it out but it was worth it.

JulieG Black Sheep, Baroness X Magma, Pahlish Pianos Filled with Flames blood drip nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

JulieG Black Sheep, Baroness X Magma, Pahlish Pianos Filled with Flames blood drip nail art macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

JulieG Black Sheep, Baroness X Magma, Pahlish Pianos Filled with Flames blood drip nail art close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Baroness X Magma green shift over Pahlish Pianos Filled With Flames, JulieG Black Sheep | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Next up was my blood drip mani with 2 coats of Pahlish Pianos Filled with Flames with 1 coat of Baroness X Magma over it, accompanied by 2 coats of JulieG Black Sheep. Again, I think I used YouPolish decals. (I’ll have more on this manicure in a later post.)

JulieG Black Sheep, Baroness X Magma, Pahlish Pianos Filled with Flames blood drip nail art matte version | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Not gonna lie, I’m low-key in love with how it looks with a matte top coat instead of shiny top coat. I felt like a total badass with this mani on, too.

Barry M Black Multi Glitter, Bad Bitch Polish No Tricks frankenstein nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Barry M Black Multi Glitter, Bad Bitch Polish No Tricks frankenstein nail art close up | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Last is the mani I actually wore on Halloween with 2 coats ofย Bad Bitch Polish No Tricks (separate swatch coming soon!) and BarryM Black Multi Glitter. This is a mix of free hand and decal help. This was a fun and simple mani that I received several compliments on!

I hope you all had a good Halloween if you celebrated. ๐Ÿ™‚ Let me know what you rocked on your nails!

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4 thoughts on “Halloween nail art manicures

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