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13 days of spooktacular nails: Day 3 Frankenstein nails

Spooktacular Nails continues with day 3!
 
 
 

Gals, recreate one of the most famous monsters in your mani! This version looks a lot cuter than the real deal.

 

What you’ll need:

 

Black nail polish

Green nail polish

White nail polish

Toothpicks

Hair dryer (optional, used at a low setting to speed up the drying process)

 

What you’ll do:
 

1. Paint your nails green and let dry.

2. Using the nail polish brush, carefully brush on black nail polish by your cuticles, to act as Frankenstein’s hair.

3. Using a toothpick, draw on Frankenstein’s stitched mouth with black nail polish.

4. Take another toothpick and dab on two dots with white nail polish to act as Frankenstein’s eyes.

5. Using a different toothpick, dab on even smaller dots, with black nail polish, in the center of the white dots to become his pupils.

6. For the finishing touch, take a toothpick and draw on his eyebrows with black nail polish.

 

Tip: You can either paint every nail Frankenstein or keep him on just a couple of nails to become an accent.

BY SHELBY NEWSOME ON 10/21/2012 12:00:00 AM

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