Friday, 31 October 2014

Easy Halloween Nails Number 5 - I'm Dotty For Halloween

Hello Lovelies,

Today I have number 5 in my Halloween nail series, Going Dotty For Halloween. Today's look is super easy but looks great and is good for those of you who want to get into the spirit of Halloween but don't want pictures of Ghosts or Frankenstein on your nails.

Going Dotty For Halloween

What you'll need


1. Dotting Tools, if you haven't got dotting tools don't worry, a cocktail stick or hair grip/bobby pin is fine. 
2. Any Black nail polish.
3. Any Green nail polish.
4. Any Orange nail polish.
5. Any Purple nail polish (not shown on photograph - sorry) 
6. Any White nail polish
7. Base Coat.
8. Top Coat.

How to create Dotty for Halloween nails

1. Apply a base coat of your choice and allow to dry fully.
2. Paint your nails with 2 coats of the Black polish and allow to dry fully in between coats. 
3. Using your dotting tools, cocktail stick or bobby pin, make different size dots on top of the Black polish using all of your other colours of nail polish, this can be done randomly, I think it looks better like that too. 
4. When the nails are fully dry, apply a top coat of your choice. 

My dotty Halloween nails

Where to buy products used

1. Dotting Tools - Mine are from Poundland but you can buy them for 99p inc P&P here.
2. Black Polish - I used Barry M Nail Paint in Black available for £2.99 here.
3. Green Polish - I used Barry M Nail Paint in Spring Green available for £2.99 here.
4. Orange Polish - I used Collection Work The Colour in Orange Zest available for £1.99 here.
5. Purple Polish - I used Barry M Gelly High Shine in Lilac/Prickly Pear available for £3.99 here.
6. White Polish - I used Wah London Your Love Is One available for £9.00 here.
7. Top Coat - I used Orly Glosser available for £9.25 here.
8. Base Coat - I used Orly Bonder available for £5.49 here.

I hope you enjoyed number 5 of my Easy Halloween Nails series, unfortunately as its Halloween today this is the last in my series, I hope you enjoyed today's look and the whole series, I have had some fantastic feed back and seen some amazing photographs of your nails when re creating the looks I've posted, thank you so much it means a lot to me. 

If you missed any of the other 4 looks I will link them below for you so you can check them out. Please send me a photograph if you do recreate any of the looks in my series, it makes my day to see them, all my social media links are in the click able cubes to the right of my blog under the heading 'where to find me'. 

The other looks in the series


Thank you for reading, much love as always, 

Zoe x

Thursday, 30 October 2014

Easy Halloween Nail Art Number 4 - Ghostly Nails

Hello Lovelies,

Today I have number 4 in my easy Halloween nail art series, Ghostly nails. This is a super easy ghostly look that is easy to do but looks great and is perfect either all the nails or as an accent nail.

What you'll need

L-R Dotting Tools, Wah London polish, Barry M Nail Paint, Wah London nail art pen.

1. Dotting Tools, if you don't have dotting tools a cocktail stick or hair grip/bobby pin is fine.
2. Any White nail polish.
3. Any Black nail polish.
4. A Black nail art pen (optional) 

How to create Ghostly nails

1. Apply a base coat of your choice and leave to dry fully.
2. Apply 2 coats of White nail polish, leaving each coat to dry in between. 

2 coats of white polish

3. Using either a dotting tool or a nail art pen, make 2 oval shapes at the base of the nail for eyes, 2 short lines on a slant for the nose and then a smile with lines through the smile to create a stitched mouth. 

My Ghostly Nails

4. Once the nails are fully dry, apply a top coat of your choice.
5. All Done. 

Where to buy the products used

1. Dotting Tools - I bought mine from Poundland, they also sell them on ebay for 99p inc P&P here.
2. White Nail Polish - I used Wah London, your love is one available for £9.00 here.
3. Black Nail Polish - I used Barry M Nail Paint in Black available for £2.99 here.
4. Black Nail Art Pen - I used Wah London nail art pen available for £7.00 here.
5. Base Coat - I use Orly Bonder base coat available for £5.49 here.
6. Top Coat - I use Orly Glosser top coat available for £9.25 here.

I hope you liked my Ghostly nails, if you missed the other 3 nail art looks in the series I will link them below. 

If you do recreate the Ghostly nails or any of the nail looks in this series please send me a photograph, all my social media links are to the right hand side of my blog under the header where to find me and all have click able links. 

Number 1 nail look is available here.
Number 2 nail look is available here.
Number 3 nail look is available here.

Thank you for reading, much love as always, 

Zoe x







Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Easy Halloween Nail Art - Number 3 - A Spooky French Manicure

Hello Lovelies,

Today I have number 3 in my easy Halloween nail art series, this is a Halloween take on a French Manicure, it's not too difficult to do but looks really effective.

A Spooky French Manicure

What you'll need

L-R Barry M Nail Paint in Spring Green, Barry M Nail Paint in Black, Rimmel Brit Manicure in English Rose, Wah London Nail Art Pen in Black
Dotting Tools

1. Any Green nail polish.
2. Any Black nail polish.
3. Any pale pink/nude polish.
4. A Black nail art pen (optional)
5. Dotting tools, if you don't have dotting tools a cocktail stick or a hair grip/bobby pin is fine. 

How to create a spooky french manicure

1. Apply a base coat of your choice and let it dry fully.
2. Apply 2 coats of the pale Pink colour, letting it dry fully in between coats. 


3. Apply 2 coats of the Green nail polish to the tip of the nail, over the pale Pink, letting each coat dry fully in between. 


4. Using either a thin ended dotting tool, cocktail stick or bobby pin and some Black polish or a Black nail art pen, draw a line along the Green and in between the Pink colour and then dot some black dots on the Green polish.

5. Once fully dry apply a top coat of your choice.

My spooky French manicure
6. All done. 

Where to buy products used.

1. Dotting Tools - I got mine from Poundland but you can also find them for 99p inc P&P here.
2. Black Nail Polish - I used the Barry M Nail Paint in Black available for £2.99 here.
3. Green Nail Polish - I used the Barry M Nail Paint in Spring Green available for £2.99 here.
4. Pale Pink Nail Polish - I used the Rimmel Brit polish in English Rose available for £4.49 here
5. Black Nail Art Pen - I used the Wah London nail art pen in Black available for £7.00 here.
6. Base Coat - I use the Orly Bonder base coat available for £5.49 here.
7. Top Coat - I use the Orly Glosser top coat available for £9.25 here.

I hope you like number 3 in my easy Halloween nail series, if you missed numbers 1 and 2 I will link them below. If you don't want to miss out on the other looks in this series be sure to follow my blog either via google friend connect or bloglovin, both links are to the right hand side of my blog. 

If you do recreate this look or any of the looks in the series, please send me a photograph, all my social media links are in the cubes to the right hand side of my blog under the 'where to find me' banner. 

If you missed number 1 you can find it here and number 2 you can find here

Thank you for reading, much love as always, 

Zoe x










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