Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Happy Halloween!! A Few Halloween Manis...

I decided to share a few Halloweenish manis that I did this year with you. I'm dissappointed with myself because I didn't get into the Halloween spirit as much as I wanted to this year, but I had a ton going on this month unfortunately. But are some Halloween themed manis as well as some Halloween indies.

The first one is a franken I made called Swamp Music. I layered it over Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Limestone. I thought it looked really swampy and monstery for Halloween.

Next I did a jelly sandwich with Nina Ultra Pro Cobalt and OPI Crown Me Already. To give it a little pizzazz, I used of my my older Halloween Lynnderellas, Bride of Franken.
And if any of you don't own Nina Ultra Pro should. It is a gorgeous Cobalt Blue jelly. It is everything I wanted Revlon Royal to be. This is 2 coats.

Up next, I was craving some multichrome goodness so I decided to go with one that flashed orange and purple for Halloween. I used Ozotic 521 (2 coats over black) and stamped on some Halloween images from my Bundle Monster Plates with Finger Paints Black Expressionism. It was definantly not my best work, but it was pretty cute. 

Here is 521 by itself. It was a lovely gift from my pal Kristy.
Finally I have Hit Polish Jack Loves Sally. This polish was one of my favorite Halloween indies from this year (there were SO many amazing ones!). It is a fun and different mix of matte glitters. This is 1 coat over Sally Hansen Fairy Teal.

So I guess that wraps up Halloween manis for me! I do still have a few Halloween indies that I *just* got so I will wear them soon for after Halloween fun! Thanks for looking everyone and Happy Halloween!


  1. Love them all! Your franken is awesome!!

    1. Thank you! That franken was super easy but I thought it turned out well! It was actually an attempt at duping something..but turned out nothing like it but cool anyway! :D

  2. cool manis! i think 521 captures all the warm colors of fall perfectly (:

    1. Thank you! I thought it was very fallish as well!