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Halloween Nail Tutorial by Serra from Peacock Pie

Here comes Halloween!!! Time for some spooky nails. Today I’ve got a cute Halloween nail tutorial for you – completed in four easy steps!

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As you can see my cat appreciates cruelty free nail polish, and was not very helpful while I was trying to take photos of the ones I used.

For these nails I chose to just paint the design on two nails and use Nostalgic Lacquer’s The Athlete on the others.

Easy Halloween Nail Art Tutorial

Remember to start with a good base coat. I always use Nail Tek Foundation II

The orange is Zoya Jacyn, the black is Zoya Raven and the white is Zoya Purity

I created a gradient background for my spiderwebs. To do this I started with my base colour orange – Zoya Jacyn plus a coat of my HK Girl top coat

DIY Halloween Nail Tutorial from Peacock PieDIY Halloween Nail Tutorial from Peacock Pie

// Step One
Using a makeup sponge I created the gradient. I painted a line of Jaclyn and a line of Zoya Raven and dabbed it on each nail a few times each to get the look I wanted. It always looks terrible until you top coat it!

Easy Halloween Nail Art Tutorial

// Step Two
I used a nail art brush to paint the first threads of the web. You could use a toothpick for this. My white is Zoya Purity

// Step Three
I added the inside threads. Don’t worry about perfect lines.

Easy Halloween Nail Art Tutorial

// Step Four
Finally, using your tooth pick for nail art pen, paint on some little silver spiders. Adorable!
I painted mine on with Morgan Taylor Chain Reaction.

Halloween Nail Tutorial by Serra from Peacock Pie

What do you think? Will you do a scary mani for halloween?

xoxo Serra

DIY nail art tutorials by Serra from Peacock Pie for Laura Laura Blog. Check out more inspiring nail art from Peacock Pie on Serra’s website

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2 Comments
  • These look brilliant! Love that glitter!

    • Woo! Thanks Cass – you should give them a go 😉