Patchwork Flesh Halloween Nails
Today I have some Halloween nails inspired by the… Ummm… Sewing skills of Ed Gein and the fictional Buffalo Bill from Silence Of The Lambs.
Skin Suit Nails
- Butter London – Yummy Mummy
- O.P.I – Tickle My France-y
- Ciate – Pocket Money
- Color Club – Nomadic In Nude
- Revlon – Emerald City
- Sinful Colors – Inkwell
- Color Club – Earthy Angel
- Barry M – Nail Art Pen Black
- E.L.F – Matte Finisher
- Seche Vite
I started out with a couple of coats of Tickle My France-y, then I added the patches of the other nude colours. When it was dry I used the nail art pen to add the stitches then applied a coat of Seche Vite.
Then with a tiny piece of sponge I added a mixture of Inkwell and Emerald City mixed with topcoat over the stitches to give it a bit more of a ‘dried out skin’ look!
Ed Gein, Buffalo Bill Inspired Nails
Sugar Sugar With BM-406
Hi Everyone 🙂 Here are my delicate print nails for day 15!
I decided to use one of my untried Sinful Colors polishes today, This one is called Sugar Sugar, it’s an amazing intense shade of red with a smattering of red glitter, and a slight golden shimmer. I don’t often really like red polish, But this one is definitely an exception!
The stamp is BM-405 from the Bundle Monster CYO set. I had a little problem with the BM plate, My nails are too long oO in particular my thumb nails… There was about 4mm of gap! And the gap was around 2/3mm on my other nails, But not to be deterred I had a cunning plan to continue the pattern with My Barry M Nail art pen, I think it worked! 😀
There was some shrinking and cracking from my topcoat… After my really careful drawing of the unstamped bit of nail, I’m just going to pretend I can’t see it!
Delicate Print Nails
Other than my wobbly freehand skills I really like how this looks, I think next time I might try silver stamped over black or grey! 😀