Pinterest’s Best Halloween Nail Designs
Halloween is just around the corner and if dressing up in ghoulish costumes isn’t your thing, try something a little less in your face and more on your fingers. We spent hours lurking on Pinterest to find the best Halloween nail designs that will shake up the ghostly holiday with fashionable designs. Here's what we dug up!
Halloween Dotted Nail Art
These adorable dots from Kayla Shevonne are perfect if you don't want to rock creepy nails or scare away the kids when you're doling out candy.
Candy Corn Nails
What's Halloween without candy corn? If you're not a fan of the candy itself you can at least wear it on your fingers. We love this candy corn design by Hannah Rox It.
Glow-in-the-Dark Crackle Polish Nail Design
Check out these glow-in-the-dark crackle nails dubbed "It's Alive" by Lauren of DizzyNails. They're sure to create a scene when the lights go out!
Silver Spiderweb Nail Art
Stick with an easy nail art idea by using nail stamps. These silver spiderwebs created by Nails by Carol are a great look for Halloween.
Cemetery-Inspired Nail Art
These tombstone-inspired nails by Maiya Becker of Tarts N Talons are great for giving off the creepy vibe without actually spending time in a foggy graveyard.
Googly Eye Nail Art
These ghostly creations from Heather of I Feel Polished take your black nail polish to another level of creepy—you never know who's watching in the dark!
Day of the Dead Nail Design
If you're not all about goblins and ghouls, try more lively (pun intended) nail art. We love this Day of the Dead nail design by Hannah Rox It. Not only can you use it during the Halloween season, but you also can rock it during Mardi Gras.
Bloody Drips Nail Art
It's time to get your gory on with these fashion-inspired drip nails from Sammy of The Nailasaurus. If the blood-red nail color makes you woozy, opt for a solid black or eerie green.
Shimmering Water Marble Nails
Try these shimmering water marble nails from Maiya Becker of Tarts N Talons. This nail design is a great way to incorporate the coveted Halloween colors—orange and black—and give your nails a little shine with silver glitter polish.
Haunted House Nail Art
I won't be asking my neighbors for any treats if they live in these glow-in-the-dark Halloween houses from Anutka with WackyLaki. The black-on-black nails are great for those who want to take a closer look—when you turn out the lights, the effect is even scarier with the eerie green glow.
Bloody Nail Design
What's Halloween with out a little blood? These blood-red talons—dubbed Bloody Nails by Marie Le Borgne with Glitter and Nails—translate well from day to night this Halloween.
Halloween Water Marble
These orange, purple, and black striped nails from Judith with Spektor's Nails blend Halloween and fashion in one fell swoop.
French Spiderweb Nail Art
Take your classic french manicure for a new spin with a spiderweb nail design. We're crushing on this French spiderweb from Hannah Rox It.
Mix-and-Match Nail Designs
An on-trend nail look this year has been to don mismatched nails. What better way than to do that for Halloween with these witch-inspired designs from Maiya Becker of Tarts N Talons.
Goosebumps Nail Art
Do you remember those creepy books by R.L. Stine? Even creepier than the stories were the dripping letters on the covers. Taking a cue from the book design, Sammy from The Nailasaurus created black and slime green drip nails.
Glittery Halloween Nails
If you're one for sparkle and shine, check out these more-sexy-than-spooky nails by Lauren of DizzyNails, which she named Halloween High.
Colorful Ghost Nail Art
While white is the classic ghost color, these colorful nail designs from Maiya Becker of Tarts N Talons feature ghosts in other seasonal colors—and remind us of Pac-Man!
Take a character from your favorite scary movie to inspire your polish this season. This Frankenstein nail design by Hannah Rox It takes the classic monster for a new spin.
Candy Corn Ombre
If you want to try a different approach to candy corn this Halloween, these dotted ombre nails from Ashley of SmashleySparkles.com are the perfect way to do it!
Skeleton in the Closet
If you can't decide which nail design is for you, try a little bit of them all. This Halloween bundle from Sammy of The Nailasauraus uses nail stamps and a freehand skeleton to create a mixed set of spooky favorites!