9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Many of us are now counting down the days of dreadful and funny Halloween. Those, who are so rapid and persistent in making decisions, have already acquired their appropriate terrifying costumes and have practiced the corresponding Halloween makeup in front of the mirror, while for another group of Halloween-fancier girls that countdown process may turn into a literally panicked experience, as scouring the Internet has yielded no results yet – no costume, no makeup selected and those days are just flying by. Whether you already know who you’ll be this Halloween or not, our selection of spooky, kooky Halloween nail art designs can only enhance the drama and excitement about your look.

No matter on which day you will make up your mind about your ideal Halloween look and no matter how you will do it – imitating others or passionately bringing into action your crazy and dreadful fantasy, one thing is paramount about the day dedicated to the dead – you want to look super-terrific and to feel super-terrified. Accordingly, the more abhorrent and fearful accents you blend together and the more dreadful shades of red, black and orange you assemble in your ensemble, the more people will confer on you the title of “Mrs. Terrific”.


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And we are here to contribute and why not, also accelerate the pace of your becoming the queen of the dark forces. Apart from your sinister costume and seductive makeup we recommend you to create a world of horror on your fingertips, as well. Maybe your rich imagination will be quite enough to bring it into play, or maybe you are vigorously searching for some unique ideas in the Internet.

We are readily sharing with you these 9 fun and unique Halloween nail art designs that will tell 9 realistic stories of horror to any sensitive netherworld-believer. However, fantasy is not yet sufficient to coat your fingernails with those dreadful figures. You will also need thin detailing brushes, nail polishes and acrylic paints and of course, crafty hands and some painting skills.

Nightmare Nails

You have definitely spent some nights writhing under tantalizing nightmares, then suddenly opening your eyes and breathing a sign of relief that it was just a nightmare. Now, try bringing to mind all those dreadfully laughing figures, skulls, black cats and bats and depict them on each of your nails. You can use lavender pink nail polish as a base, and then apply acrylic paints of different shades to make your hands an embodiment of nightmare.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

The Castle of Ghosts

Those abhorrent ghosts usually find their permanent homes in large and isolated venues; accordingly castles have always been one of the favorite lodgings of the ghosts. Using black and pumpkin orange nail polishes you can coat your fingernails with dreadful castles full of phantoms and even if your Halloween costume and makeup are not so impressive, stay assured that your nails will definitely fill that gap.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

A Bunch of Horrible Creatures

In order to implement this crazy idea onto your nails, you just need to pull together all those horrendous creatures escaped from horror films. Applying different shades of green, orange, pink, black and white you can depict a skull on one nail, a mummy – on another one, a dreadfully laughing girl with two pigtails – on the third one or a green nasty creature – on the forth nail.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Bloody Festival

In order to organize a horrible bloody festival right on your nails, you will need to blend red and white colors, mustering in one place vampire lips with protruding fangs, an amputated blood-soaked eye, bloody trails and murderous sharp knife, stabbed into the heart. So while at the Halloween party try making as many gestures with your hands as you can to horrify as many people as possible.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Boo Clown Nails

Halloween is a day when you can utilize your fantasy to the maximum up to showing the horror film “Boo” on your fingernails. After you have coated your nails with lavender pink nail polish, start illustrating the sinister clown’s hat, legs and skull and inviting the Halloween attendees to line up and watch the murderous film once more.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Boo Phantom Nails

Keep on converting your nails into a cinema screen, on which the horror film “Boo!” is playing. Coat your nails with black lacquer base sketching on them an all-white phantom tirelessly wondering around who is also addicted to the pumpkins.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Gruesome Cemetery at Night

No one ever dares to head to the cemetery all alone at the middle of night but you will be able to show everyone what really happens there if you bring into action our terrific Halloween nail art design. If you want to use your nails as a canvas for illustrating horrible graveyard, first of all cover your nails with cobalt blue base lacquer, then pass to conveying cemetery atmosphere – a grave gross, a leafless tree on the brink to attack you and a malicious witch wondering among the graves and communicating with the dead creatures.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Skulls and Spider Webs

Applying black and white acrylic paints you can make your fingernails the ideal lodge for dangerous skulls and labyrinth-like spider webs. You can even add some atrocious mommies to provide adrenaline rush.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Black Animals

Black cat is considered to be the symbol of fiasco, while bats are integral parts of night. Now imagine them combined with Halloween curved pumpkins and leafless trees, calling them into play on your fingernails with orange-black colorblocks and you get one fantastic Halloween nail design! Now touch someone’s shoulder with your terrific fingers and see the dreadful effect on his face.

9 Spooky, Kooky Halloween Nail Art Designs

Nails by Emma for Fashionisers.com

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