Right, now without further ado, it is halloween! I love this time of year, first halloween, then bonfire night, and then not long until Christmas. I miss the summer sunshine, but all seasons have their beauty and Autumn/Winter has lots going on. Also my dogs hate the warm weather with a vengeance so it is good to see them happy too.
I decided, in the spirit of Halloween, I had to do a spooky manicure. I used a black polish underneath my pinky, middle and pointer fingers, and a white base under my ring finger and thumb. I then added Wet n Wild Behind Closed Doors on the pinky and middle fingers, and a coat of China Glaze Frosty on the white ones.
Once this was dry I got some white acrylic paint and painted a white circle on my index finger, and then I used just plain black polish and a fine brush to fill in the details. I really like this one, and it does look better in reality than it does on the pics, as macro mode shows where the black has streaked when I put a top coat on but it really doesn't show looking at it with the naked eye. I got my inspiration (ahem, okay I copied!) the Jack Skellington faces from Nails by Asami, hers look so much nicer than mine but I am happy with my results too. I also got a LOT of compliments and comments when I was out and about today so thats always a good indicator that I have done okay!
I hope you like my manicure, and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
Nice halloween mani! And ofcourse a happy halloween for you too!
I made an attempt at a mani like this !! i love jack !!!!! they loook suuper cool !!! happy halloweeen !!!!!! <3
glad you're back! and I love the mani too :D
Wow! Great job!!!!
Glad you're back. Life does get in the way sometimes, doesn't it.
You are ROCKING these! I love it! That red glitter over the black on your middle and pinky finger is magical. Thanks so much for the mention, I really do appreciate it. I feel you on the stressy bit; I'm in the same place but can't wait to get back to blogging either! Much love. :-)
Thank you all for the comments, and yes Vita life does get in the way sometimes, lol I couldn't have put it better myself. Thank you too Asami and you are welcome for the link, I'm glad you like my take on your design :)
SOoo cute!!! I love the alternating patterns!
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