Beware: These Halloween Manicures Will Give You the Creeps

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Halloween will look a little different this year. Okay, a lot different – even Starbucks is pulling pumpkin spice lattes off their menu in the Middle East. Whether your socially-distanced plans involve a spooky bash, slipping into a scary costume, or simply settling in for a spine-tingling movie night at home, there’s one (restriction-free) accessory that goes with every setting: Halloween nail art. More is more when it comes Halloween, even if elaborate costumes might not be in the cards this year.

The manicure world is ripe with Halloween nail ideas. From adorable pumpkin patches and creepy ghosties to sinister batwing and devil horn French tips, there are plenty of nightmarish nail art ideas to help you celebrate the spooky season. Gruesome blood splatters painted on white base coats, blood dripping down transparent base coats, and dainty spiders crawling on your fingertips – absolutely nothing is off-limits when it comes to spooky manicures. Hosting a Netflix and thrill movie marathon? Horror movie buffs can opt for eerie manicures with classic scary movie villains – like the mask from Scream or Jigsaw from Saw – stamped on fingertips. 

Looking for Halloween nail ideas to fill the #Spooktober void? Scroll down to discover Savoir Flair’s spooky manicure favorites. 

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