If you're a Disney devotee, you likely already have a tattoo decrying your superfan status, have hoarded every beauty collection featuring your favorite faces, and have been a variety of princesses for Halloween. Our top way to flaunt our Disney fever is nail art. There's so much more inspiration than mouse ears! Read on for 50 ideas to get your cartoon creativity flowing.
Black and white themed Halloween nail art technique. Play around with smoky tree silhouettes, black skeleton faces, bats and stripes on your nails. You can also use black matte polish for variety on your nails.
Another Nightmare before Christmas inspired Halloween look. The black and white combination of the design makes it look really classy and cute at the same time. Add ribbons to complete the adorable effect.
Guest Book: we used a large tree stump, nailed a ton of long nails into it, added a jar full of skeleton keys with tags attached and asked the guests to scribble their keys to a successful marraige on the tag and hang them on the tree stump. Now Stacy and Kevin have an amazing art piece in their home that will give them wisdom and remind them of their favorite day. diy
Start by painting on your base coat. Make sure the base is dry before you coat your top colors. It’s good to try uniform colors such as green for your nails. This can give you the full effect of zombie nails. Compared to skull nails. You can be more creative and free with the zombie nails. It is important to plan out what you want your zombie nails to come out. You can try painting on blood splatters with the red polish as well as scary eyes and stitches. You can also try cutting off some…