Oct 28, 2018

Nail art │ Vampy Nails for Halloween


Hello, lovelies! Happy weekend!
It's time for a New Halloween Manicure! The  "StampingSisterhood" nail art Challenge prompted us to create "Halloween" themed manicures, and I had come up with a very simple and wearable "Vampy" look. I hope you like it!





I have a large variety of Halloween Manicures that may interest you! Check my Halloween Manicures here.

Creating thisVampy manicure was easy and quite fast. Here are the simple steps I followed:

1) I started painting three of my nails with two coats of the most beautiful Vampy colour from the Upcoming OPI "The Nutcracker collection".
2) I then stamped on my Halloween related images with golden polish, and I reversed stamped a monster's green eye on my ring fingernail using gold and green nail polishes.
4) Finally, I sealed my design with a glossy top coat





These are the products and Items I used:
  • OPI "Black to Reality" Dark plum-red  "vampy" nail polish
  • L'oréal golden nail polish (discontinued)
  • Beauty Bigbang Peel-off Cuticle Protector 
  • OPI "you're so outta lime" NEon green polish
  • Beautybigbangs Stamping plates 019 & 020
  • Seche vite topcoat

I have been wearing this nail polish colour for a few days and I wasn't ready to take it off! I love it so very much! But then I remembered I had to do my "Halloween" nails this weekend, so I decided to keep the vampy colour as a base and stamp on top of it, and I really liked the result! I know it is not your typical Halloween manicure in orange and black, but I really like this for a change!
I hope you've liked my Vampy Halloween nail art. Don't forget to pay a visit to my challenge mates for more Halloween manicures! You can find their creations on the Facebook Group!

Have a lovely week ahead!

Love,
Nati

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