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Are you interested in getting into the Halloween spirit with a spooky manicure? BeautyWorldNews.com has some Halloween nail art designs that are fairly simple to do. There are a range of colors and looks available that use nail polish or nail decals.
The October 31 holiday has no shortage of fun motifs to be used in nail designs. Some that are featured are spiders, skulls, and faux blood splatters. If you’re looking for inspiration for Halloween nail art designs, look no further!
To see the nail polish collections that NPM has to offer, including those with holiday themes, check out our collections page at our main site.
The latest in great OPI partnerships is the new Peanuts nail polish collection for Halloween 2014. The lacquer set is inspired by one of the most famous Halloween films, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
Peanuts by OPI contains four colors, one each associated with Charlie Brown, Lucy, Snoopy, and Linus:
Good Grief! – A yellow crème to match Charlie Brown’s shirt.
WHO ARE YOU CALLING BOSSY?!? – Black crème reminiscent of Lucy’s hair.
To Be or Not To Beagle – Black glitter mixed with hex glitter of different colors, inspired by Snoopy’s “happy-dance”.
Where’s My Blanket??? – Orange and black glitter representing Halloween and the Great Pumpkin which Linus so eagerly awaits.
Here are some links to reviews and swatches of the collection to give you a feel for how the lacquers will look on your nails:
All Lacquered Up
The OPI Peanuts Halloween 2014 set will be available in September. To see details on all of OPI’s famous nail polish collections, visit the OPI collection page on our main site.
Halloween is a great holiday for fun, quirky nail polish designs. Here are 9 of our favorites that will bring a smile to your face:
Classic orange and black nails with googly eyes on the accent nail (Source)
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If you’re looking for fun Halloween-themed nail polish this Fall, the new Monsters Ball collection from China Glaze might be right for you. One Nail to Rule Them All and Polishaholic have done reviews and swatches for the set; here is a summary of comments on the six shades in the collection: Continue Reading