It’s that time of year again… HALLOWEEN! People celebrate Halloween in many different ways, but I celebrate by doing my nails. Here are some of the cutest and easiest tutorials for the spookiest season of the year. Show off your creative side while still looking cute as hell. 

To achieve this simple nail look, you’ll need a few things: black nail polish, white nail polish, top coat, and a dotting tool. 

First, paint your entire nail black. After waiting a few minutes for it to dry, make two big white dots for the creepy eyes. After letting that dry, apply two smaller dots to the center of the white ones. Wait for polish to dry completely and add top coat! 

Here you can find a tutorial for the most adorable candy corn nails. And it's so easy to do. Personally, I am a big fan of using real tape to help out with my nails rather than french-tip tape. 

  

This design requires a bit of patience but you can create an interesting design without anything special. Check out the tutorial here

 

Creep out strangers on the subway with these awesome blood-drip nails. The design is actually way easier than it looks! All you need is some red polish, nude polish, a dotting tool and some top coat. Try it out for yourself!

For the '90s horror film buff — try out these creepy (and ombré) Scream nails! Check out the video tutorial here. 

Finally, take a shot at this bloodshot nail tutorial. This looks a little bit difficult though it is very interesting. 

For even more nail ideas, here are 13 Ridiculously Awesome Halloween Nail Ideas Ideas from last year. Let us know how it goes! 

From top to bottom, photo courtesy of thehalloweentree.com, shadesofmagick.com, youtube.com/naileditnz, trymyhand.blogspot.com, youtube.com/polishpedia, youtube.com/naileditnz 

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