Thanksgiving is the time of year when you get to show your thanksgiving spirit to your family and friends. That is why it’s also the perfect time to apply gorgeous Halloween themed nails to show off that special Thanksgiving feeling! How about having a black and white theme with some pumpkin carving accents? Or, how about having some gorgeous autumnal accents like silver and gold leaves?
All these looks are stunning! In the process you will find that designing and applying these Halloween claws will be easy, fun, and effective. Here are some tips to help make the process go over much smoother:
First and foremost, make sure your hands are absolutely clean before starting! Even if you use a nail polish with acrylic base, make sure that you do not and stain your hands before you begin! Not only does this make a great design but it can also make for terrible nails if it’s already stained!
Next, choose your design. Most often, designers will give you a pre-designed design but if you’re creative you can definitely come up with something your own. Some popular ideas include pumpkin, stars, and a variety of autumn leaves. If you have trouble coming up with some original ideas, try browsing online at different websites that offer free crochet patterns. It’s also a good idea to pick out a few Halloween acrylic yarns or other accessories because you will need them for the final project.
After choosing your design and yarn, you will need to gather the supplies. Always have plenty of nails clippers, nail glue, acrylic paint, and a few different brushes so that you can create the look you want. Start by painting a coat of acrylic paint on the nails and let it dry thoroughly before moving on to the next step. Once you are done painting your nails, you should move on to the next step which is drying off your hands.
With all of these things ready, you’re ready to start cooking up your thanksgiving recipe. To make the apple cider vinegar, simply mix together one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and a half glass of water. Then add in the acrylic paint and let it dry completely before applying it to your nails. Last but not least, remember to let your nails dry thoroughly before applying the final touch – a small amount of faux gems that matches the color of the nails. Happy thanksgiving!