With Halloween being only a few days away, the window to coming up with a costume is quickly closing. However, I’m not one that’s into the whole extravagant costumes and over-the-top make-up. I prefer to keep it simple by trying to come up with a costume with things that I already have. One thing that I have a lot of make-up and I do mean a lot. So, I’ve been looking at some last minute Halloween makeup tutorials on Youtube that I can create using my makeup and can pair with simple clothing items.
I still haven’t picked one, but here are the ones I’m leaning toward that I call for nothing than a ton of makeup. This could get messy, but fun!
With Halloween right around the corner, most people are just now deciding what costume to wear for costume parties and/or trick-or-treating with the kiddos. However, there are some of us who don’t have a reason to dress up, but would still like to participate in some way, small or large, in Halloween.
One of the ways I like participate in Halloween is with my nails. Usually, I use a bright orange and/or black, but that has become very boring over the years. Enter, nail art! One nail art design that has peaked my interest in the past couple of years is ‘bloody nails’. I’ve always wanted to try it, but never got around to trying it out. However, I’m ready this year.
Here are some polishes that will help you attain this look and design.
essie ‘Limited Addiction’ – Ginger + Liz ‘Poole It Together’ – OPI ‘Alpine Snow’ – Ulta ‘Baby Doll’ – Seche Vite Top Coat
The look of “bloody nails” might be a little too gore for some, but there are couple ways you can try this trend that can be more cool than creepy. If you are interested in trying this or some other nail art designs for Halloween, you should check out my Pinterest board for Halloween nail art ideas.