Halloween Nail Decals

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Happy Halloween to all you nail enthusiasts!

I’ve been so swamped lately between work & working out (i’m training for a power lifting competition in January) I wanted to share a quick tid bit I discovered regarding Water Transfer Nail Decals!


I recently received a package of Halloween Nail Decals from Born Pretty Store and decided last-minute to throw a few on my nails this morning!
Surprisingly I was amazed at how easy it was to apply these cute little designs onto my tips!
So in case you’re in a bind and want to decorate your nails for Halloween but don’t have time to paint them… stop by your local Party City or Halloween store and pick up some Halloween Nail Decals.  It’s the most simple way to decorate your nails when you’re in a hurry!


For those of you who want a very subtle decoration on your nails this one’s perfect.  Find a decal that’s outlined in silver like the one’s below.  Keep your nail neutral and the decal almost disappears.  It’s so subtle.. it’s great!

Use Coupon Code BAZQ1O for 10% off any purchase at Born Pretty Store

1 Sheet Stylish Halloween Costume Ghost Pattern Nail Art Water Decals Transfers Sticker

11pcs Halloween Skull Pumpkin Bat Nail Stickers Nail Art Water Decals Manicure

Here’s the steps:

  1. Cut out the decals & remove the clear plastic cover.  (I used a small nail clipper to cut my decals)
  2. Soak in warm water for 10-20 seconds
  3. Gently slide the decal from the paper and place it on your nail. (Keeping the decal wet will help it move from the paper onto your finger, then onto your nail)
  4. Lightly pat the decal onto your nail.
  5. Put 1 coat of clear dry fast or clear polish and you’re good to go!

Here’s a few pics I took this morning of my decals I put on over my Azature white & Azature White Diamond Nails. (I will be swatching my Azature colors for a post next week)

It’s kind of hard to see the dancing skull on my ring finger.





These nail decals are great not only for Halloween … but any special holiday!  They make all different types of decals … Check out Born Pretty Store for the different types of patterns available.  Don’t forget to use this coupon code BAZQ1O for 10% off any purchase at Born Pretty Store

Hope you enjoyed the post!  Have a very Happy & Safe Halloween Night!

(photo credit: Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)
Disclosure:  The products mentioned in this post were provided by the manufacturer.  For further details visit my disclosure page.
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