{How To} Easy Halloween Vampire Nails

Hello Lovelies!

It’s almost Halloween! If you’re like me and don’t like dressing up… but want to add a little scary to your outfit, try a scary nail look! So simple without all the fuss. 🙂

You can try some of my other easy Halloween nail looks here, here, and here. Or~ take a stab at my Bloody Vampire Fang nail look. It’s so easy, you’ll just die (sorry, pun intended).

Vampire Fang Nails by Pretty Gossip

It’s not my best work in terms of neatness (had to do this in literally 5 minutes), so please excuse any unclean cuticles, edges, and the messy blood (red polish). At least blood is suppose to be messy! 🙂 Scroll down past the picture tutorial for a step by step explanation. Although I have to say, it’s so easy and self explanatory, you probably won’t even need the explanations!

Good luck and please tag me on Instagram (@prettygossip) and/or #prettygossipnails. I’d love to see your finished work!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

3 Steps to Halloween Vampire Fang Nails

Vampire Fang Tutorial by Pretty Gossip

Step 1. Create White Teeth.
Paint with an opaque white polish. The whiter the better. Vampires like to show off their white teeth.

Step 2. Create Fangs.
On your pinky and index fingers, create fangs. With an opaque black polish, paint little triangles on either side of the nails. Don’t worry about getting the black polish on your skin or the sides of your cuticles. You can clean that up later. Just concentrate on getting straight lines and making sure the black triangles are creating a centered point at the middle of the tip of your nails. You’re basically blacking out the edges of your nails to create the illusion of fangs.

Step 3. Add Scary.
Add some blood with a red polish. Add a lot or a little. Depends on what kind of vampire you want to be. Like I said, I only had 5 minutes to do this look so I was a bit careless with the blood. I suggest mixing it up on the nails. Maybe some nails have blood near the cuticles, tips of the fangs, or none at all! Get creative.

I love reading your comments so if you have any comments/questions, please leave them below.
Thanks for visiting and please have a scary (but safe) Halloween!

Oh, and if you can tag me on Instagram, or pin this tutorial onto Pinterest.. I’d be doubly thankful! 


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  1. miki
    September 30, 2015 / 9:22 am

    Love it!

    • September 30, 2015 / 11:32 pm

      Thank you! I hope you’ll give it a try!!