Anyway, today's Halloween nail art is quite simple.
This ghost is definitely not spooky.
I'm afraid of ghosts. I haven't seen one and I don't want to see one. Well, at least in real life. The only ghost I want to see are the ones I painted on my nails!
This is how the base color looks bare:
This is 2 coats of Zoya Kelly. This is a recent purchase and I'm so loving the color. It looks like bluish gray. Application of the polish was easy and quite shiny by itself without top coat.
I was thinking of painting a ghost on every nail but decided to do an accent nail instead on my ring finger. Besides, I'm still practicing freehand painting using my left hand (I'm a rightie) and painting all five nails on my right hand would be quite exhausting. Baby steps for me! :D
As always, I try to create freehand nail art using simple shapes. I used a teardrop shape for the body of the ghost and dots for eyes and mouth.
I could be satisfied with this results of just having a ghost per hand but I felt I needed to add something to the other nails. And so, I stamped spider webs on the other 4 nails using an image from Bundle Monster BM13. I used Konad silver special polish for stamping. I didn't want to lose the color of the polish that much so I went for a more subtle effect.
This is my right hand, still with just one cute (?) ghost.
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