Halloween Nail Art
Forever caught flashing her latest nail art creation whenever and wherever, we wonder if Bella Thorne‘s Halloween nail art game this year will be just as photog-worthy or will it be a bust? If she’s using any of the KISS or Broadway Nails Press-On products she’ll be more than paparazzi-ready.[red_spacer spacer_margin=”25″][/red_spacer]
Give yourself more time to focus on your costume and less on time-consuming Halloween nail art by simply peeling and pressing on a spooky Broadway Nails Press-On Manicure, Cauldron ($5, top right) or Ghotstly that are completely safe to use on your natural nail. If you’re dead set against doing the super-easy way, then customize KISS Natural Nails, Medium Oval ($1.99, pictured bottom right) or Long Square to match your costume with the KISS Nail Tattoo ($2.99, bottom left) to create frightful and fun airbrush-effect designs.
Click here to check out the rest of KISS’s 2015 Halloween Collection. Available at Walgreens, Kmart, CVS, Walmart[red_spacer spacer_margin=”25″][/red_spacer]
Why You’ll Love It
Why you’ll love the KISS and Broadway Press-on Nails is simple – they’re fun, easy-to-apply, there are a ton of designs to choose from and you get the benefit of learning how to create kick-a** works of nail art with the help of Gina Edwards, who I like to their resident Nail Czar! Much of Gina’s work can be seen on top fashion and entertainment clients: Balenciaga, Valentino, Jimmy Choo, Alexander Wang, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue China, Elle, Glamour, Dazed & Confused, Purple, Self, Interview, Muse, V, & W magazine.[red_spacer spacer_margin=”25″][/red_spacer]
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