We wanted something cool and adaptable for nails this Halloween, so we invited nail artist Chelsea King to the Beautylish studio to give us her take on a chic Halloween mani. She chose a skull accent nail and paired it with blood red solids to create something you could wear to a power lunch or a pumpkin patch.
The skulls take a while to create, but the four solid nails help make up for lost time. You’ll need an ultra-thin nail art brush and either a stainless steel nail palette or a piece of tin foil to act as a polish palette.
Slight imperfections are less noticeable once a top coat is applied. Be sure to paint it on the edge of the nail to prevent chipping and help your nail art last longer.
RGB Nail Lacquer in Oxblood |
Inglot Cosmetics O2M Breathable Nail Enamel in #692 | shop it
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Nail Lacquer in Feathered | shop it
top coat: Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat | shop it
fine nail art brush
nail polish remover