14 hot Halloween nail art ideas: Vampire teeth, skull heads, negative space and more

These nail art ideas are too booo-tiful not to try.

Video byBrittany Berkowitz, Suzanne Dacunto, Don Pearsall, Indira Babic, and Jill Tatara
October 19, 2022, 7:00 PM

It's almost Halloween and it's the perfect time to play up your nails. Why not, right?!

If you are ready to skip out on a full-blown Halloween costume, a great alternative is to try out two full hands of festive nail art.

Whether you are looking to show off a pumpkin-filled accent nail or go all out with skull heads or even vampire teeth, the options are ongoing and endless.

PHOTO: Vampire manicure from @bugnails on Instagram.
Vampire manicure from @bugnails on Instagram.

Ahead, we have curated a list of some of the most standout nail art looks to add to your mood board this season.

Scroll ahead and get ready to screenshot some serious mani inspo.


Swipe up your favorite oranges, blacks and white lacquers for this fun look that screams "Halloween!"


If there was ever a time to try bloody-like nails, it's probably now?


These spider web chrome nails are giving chic Halloween for grownups vibes.


Make it a hot ghoul Halloween with this scary good nail look.


Here's to no more ghosting your next nail art appointment.


Try out these python print nails hand-painted by Los Angeles-based nail artist Betina R. Goldstein.


Press play on the video above to see how this spooky spider manicure comest together.


If you want to keep your look chic with just a hint of Halloween, try out two accent skull head accent nails along with a neutral-toned based.


These nails are the perfect combination of a pumpkin-filled fall and lots of fun.


This pumpkin spice-like look can take you from fall to winter -- and back again.


If "eye see you" was a manicure, this would probably be Cousin Itt.


These stiletto-style digits are equal parts bloody and boo-tiful!


Hello, Halloween nails. Nice to see you.


Now, here's how you have Halloween on your nails.

Editor's note: This story was originally published on Oct. 14, 2019.