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Halloween Watermarbling & Nail Art

Posted on Oct 21, 2014

Hello you guys!  Today I have some Halloween themed nail art for you!  I’ve gone a little crazy with the watermarbling lately so I decided why not do some Halloween colors!?  Then, I added in a few other spooky nail art manis and details. :)  Let’s check them out!

I was watching Corpse Bride while I was doing this first mani and I was getting totally in the Halloween mood so I decided to do a mani inspired by the Corpse Bride herself!

Corpse Bride | Peachy Polish

For this watermarble, I used Zoya “Perrie”, Nicole by OPI “Live In The Momentum”, OPI “What’s With The Cattitude”, Essie “Licorice” and Zoya “Ling”.

Corpse Bride Watermarble Nail Art | Peachy Polish

Don’t make fun of me but I tried my hand at painting a little character as an accent nail.  I used some acrylic paints to create my Corpse Bride accent nail.

Corpse Bride Watermarble Nail Art | Peachy Polish

No Halloween nail art post is complete without some blood splatter nails!  I used Color Club “Look, Don’t Tusk” as my base and mixed some red and brown acrylic paint to create the bloody mess.  I then blew through a straw that had paint on the opposite end to create the splatter effect and topped it all off with a coat of matte top coat.

Blood Splatter Nails | Peachy Polish

For my next watermarble, I wanted to do something witchy inspired.  I used Zoya “Mira” and “Tilda” and Essie “Vermillionaire” and “Licorice” here!  I absolutely love the way these colors look together!

Witchy Watermarble Nail Art | Peachy Polish

Instead of doing the typical candy corn nails, I thought I’d mix it up and do a candy corn watermarble instead!  For this look, I used OPI “The “It” Color” and “A Roll In The Hague” and Color Club “Look, Don’t Tusk”.  This turned out so fun!

Candy Corn Watermarble | Peachy Polish

Next, I wanted to do something Vampire inspired, with a bit of sparkle!  I really loveeee how this mani turned out!  The little bits of glitter in here just give it a little something special.  I used Zoya “Livingston” and “Blaze” and Essie “Licorice”.

Glittery Vampire Watermarble | Peachy Polish

Next I have a simple neon, Frankenstein inspired mani.  I used Essie “Funky Limelight” as the base and did distressed stitches using a black acrylic paint mixed with a touch of water.

Neon Frankenstein Nail Art | Peachy Polish

For this last watermarble look, I was feeling inspired by an autumnal pumpkin patch with all the shades of orange and green scattered across the fields.  I used OPI “Where Did Suzi’s Man-go?” and “A Roll In The Hague”, Zoya “Shawn” and “Josie” and Essie “Licorice”.

Pumpkin Patch Watermarble | Peachy Polish

I hope these manis got you in the Halloween mood and left you inspired to get cracking on some Halloween nail art yourself.  This makes me want do some more of it!  I had such a fun time creating these looks!

Are you going to try your hand at any Halloween nail art?  If so, what do you want to do?

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