Halloween Manicure: Green Skull & Jewel

Jenna Wolford Beauty, Nails

This Halloween manicure is actually a rather quick one. It’s one or two coats of green, a quick stamp with black polish, the placing of a black rhinestone and top coat!

Here’s what I used:
Seche Clear Base Coat
Revlon Sassy
Nail Art Stamp Nail Art w/ Stamper (Skull)
Black Rhinestones
Black Color Nail Art Stamping Polish
Wet N Wild Glow in the Dark Nail polish

I allowed my base coat to try and then slicked on only 1 coat of Revlon’s “Sassy”. It’s a nice, thick polish.

Halloween Manicure Supplies!

I chose to put the glow in the dark polish on before I stamped for a couple reasons. One being I had less chance of wiping my stamp design away and the other… I wanted to skull to block the glow when the lights were off.

I ended up doing 3 coats of the glow in the dark topcoat. It barely changed the color of the Revlon and until I got to three coats, it wasn’t too even in the dark. Overall, though, I was happy with the glow of this polish.

I highly recommend the black stamper nail color I linked above. It’s much cheaper than Konad and works very well. Dig out your plate with your skull on it and just stamp the thumb.

On the middle finger on each hand, I added a single black rhinestone.

This is an easy manicure that has an eerie, earthy feel to it, and you’ll love that it glows in the dark whenever you’re around black lights!

Green glow in the dark Halloween manicure

Green glow in the dark Halloween manicure