Monday, October 18, 2021

Manicure Monday - Scream Ghostface Killer & Blood Splatter Nails

Happy Manicure Monday everyone! Did you all see this week that a trailer was released for Scream 5?! (I don't think it will actually be called Scream 5, but it is coming out in January 2022!) If you haven't seen it yet, check it out - I love some of the little flashback older casts making cameos in new movie versions!

Manicure Monday - Scream Ghostface Killer & Blood Splatter Nails
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I'm actually a scary movie wimp (Nightmare on Elm Street and Candyman scarred me as a kid and I actually could not handle them); but, I have actually enjoyed all the Scream movies - it is my MAX limit of scary movie, so I will watch the new one when it comes out!) You might be surprised to know that I haven't watched some of the classic Halloween/scary movies because I'm too scared! 

Ghostface is a scary killer, so what better for our month of Halloween nails, then pay a little homage to one of my favourite scary movies out their with some slasher nails?! The CBBxManiMonday group is doing Halloween themed nails for the whole month of October! 

Manicure Monday - Scream Ghostface Killer & Blood Splatter Nails

The products I used for this week's manicure are:
  • Sally Hansen Sour Patch Kids Ghouls Night Out polish
  • China Glaze Glaze polish in Summer Moon
  • Sally Hansen x Sour Patch Kids in The Un-Red
  • ORLY Instant Artist lacquers in Crisp White and Jet Black
  • Moyra Top Coat for Nail Stamping
I also needed a straw for the blood splatter nails! 

Manicure Monday - Scream Ghostface Killer & Blood Splatter Nails

For the blood splatter nails, I started out with two coats of white polish for the base coat. Then, with the red polish, paint some in to the bottom of a straw (don't just dip in, it doesn't get enough), and then blow through the other end of the straw to spray the polish over your nails! And, for the Ghostface nail, I started with two coats of black polish for the base. Using the white nail art polish, and I freehanded the shape of the mask, and added the eyes, mouth, and nose with black nail art polish! Then, I finished with a nail art polish! 

I'm happy with how these turned out! As always, make sure to check out Cosmetic Proof and Prairie Beauty Love to see their Halloween nails too! 

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