Here at Brit HQ, we think the perfect Halloween costume is not complete without an amazing mani. But we’re not talking about cheesy pumpkin nail art, here. We mean manis that are scary, sometimes chic, and totally complementary to your ghastly get up. That’s why these 1000 nail art designs should definitely be your go-tos come October 31st.
Googly Eyes: Do you have the feeling that somebody’s watching you? That’s probably because you’ve got googly eyes all over your nails, silly!
Frankenstein Stitches: We’re already haunted by this ghastly, yet totally appropriate shade of Frankenstein green. Thick black stitches make for a monstrous detail.
Vampire Nails: Can you believe that these jaw-dropping nails take only three steps to complete? A coat of red nail polish “lips” are parted with a black nail striper before pointy white fangs are drawn perfectly in place.
Spiderwebs: Walking into spiderwebs usually sucks, unless you’re talking about the song by No Doubt or referring to this totally rad nail art design. This simple, black and white main will go with nearly any spooky get up
Eyeball Nails: Open wide! You’ll need a few different shades of polish to make these shockingly bloodshot eyeballs, but we think it’s totally worth the effort.
Orange and Black: Looking for less fright and more fun in your Halloween nail art design? Then check out this striped and speckled mani!
Natural Claws: Who needs acrylic claws when you can trick out your natural nails like this? This genius nail illusion is a perfect mani for vixens and villains alike.
Black Cat: We’ve seen our share of black cat manis, but we especially love this one because of its 3D cat ears!
Zombie Nails: Warning: There is no way to un-see these undead digits. Do they make us kind of nauseous? Yes. But we wholeheartedly applaud the brave souls who dare to dive all in with this disturbing mani
Candy Corn Nails: After that zombie mani, we needed to see something sweet and comforting, like this candy corn nail art! We’re nuts about this color blocked candy—see all the ways we’ve used it for the holiday so far here!