It’s almost Halloween. Yikes! It’s almost Halloween! This of course only means Thanksgiving is right around the corner. This year is definitely going by far too quickly. I also think, the older you get, the faster the years seem to go by. So, in the spirit of the season, I wanted to do an easy Frankenstein Halloween Nail Tutorial. It’s so easy and messy, not perfect and with crystal rhinestones, because anytime is a time for rhinestones. The look is prefect even for little ones!
This look is brought to you by, none other than the man himself – no, not Jesus! Frankenstein! If you want to see more, check out my YouTube channel and don’t forget to subscribe while you’re there.
Today I share you a Hello Kitty nail tutorial using watermark transfer nail stickers and two shades of pink nail polish. This is so very cute, and yes, I am highly aware that I am in my thirties, however something about Hello Kitty just gets me every time – heck anything does! And these mini bows for nail art, are just too cute for words! What are ‘watermark nail stickers and how do you apply it,’ it’s very similar to the kids temporary tattoo application. I used a simple votive candle holder I purchased from a local party supply store, filled it with some water and dipped the sticker inside – however, anything will do!
This nail tutorial is up on my YouTube channel now, so if you’re interested, please take a look and don’t forget to like and subscribe! All the details of everything I used for the tutorial will be in the description box below the video.
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This is my most recent nail tutorial that’s currently on my YouTube channel. It’s a blue french manicure with negative space on short nails, inspired by the singer Gwen Stefani. If you don’t have the nail stickers for an easy manicure guide, simply use scotch tape. And yes, a french manicure can definitely be something other than our usual white or pink. I’m loving this blue, such a great pop of color – so unexpected!