Halloween Drip Drop Manicure | DIY Nail Art Tutorial

Today I’ll be showing you how to do this Drip Drop Manicure with some Halloween Colors. Products used are linked below.
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►Nail polish and products used◄
-Unt -Ready for Takeoff Peelable Base Coat: http://amzn.to/1KDOmFv
-Orly – Liquid Vinyl: http://amzn.to/1U1ZOJT
-Orly – Orange Punch: http://amzn.to/1VCKZU6
-Orly – Mint Mojito: http://amzn.to/2foKH4Y
-Orly – Charged Up: http://amzn.to/2f6U6KO
-Seche Vite Fast Dry Top Coat: http://amzn.to/1K9HQUE
-Bliss Kiss Simply Neat Miracle Mat: http://amzn.to/1KZDG45
-Scissors: http://amzn.to/1SF7d5T
-Cuticle Scissors: http://amzn.to/1TlyERI
-Cuticle Nippers: http://amzn.to/2e7hLsp
-(Optional) Tweezers: http://amzn.to/2375kRC
-Cleanup brush: http://amzn.to/1P0lvH9
-Clean up with acetone: http://amzn.to/1TlzxtI

-On you mat, start out with a thick layer of black in a rectangle, then add drops of orange across the whole area. Follow with black, then green, black again, then purple, and finish with black. Allow to dry completely (several hours or overnight)
-Peel up the decals and cut into nail-sized pieces
-On clean, dry nails, apply your base coat
-Use Liquid Vinyl as your base color and to adhere the decals – stick the decals and then trim around the edges and then cleanup with a small brush and polish remover
-Finish with a top coat!

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sweet16 & says:

I don’t like her nail shape not hating tho

Cute Crafts says:


Dirta Wilcher says:

I love the look, but I think decals would drive me crazy. I tried jamberry once and they lasted 5 mins before I had to rip them off. Does this have edges that would be like stickers? Not sure how to explain.

Rach31 says:

really cool!

Zandra Nelson says:

the form. you. used. to do the design, where can I get it?

Simone 212 says:

Your nails are really healthy. I’m trying to get my nails back to that, after getting them done in the salon for years.

Kali Hill says:

Hey!! i LOVE your videos!!!! robin moses is very good at this tecknic. this is a great way to remove the bulk. i would recomend a popsicle stick to drag the excess off. anyway. LOVE!!!

Jeanne Sohre says:

Cool this would be great in many different colors

torntigre says:

I see something like this and think of how my mom tells me ill never use up all my nail Polish in my life, and I think, CHALLENGE ACCPETED!

MaMeow Pichamon says:

Using this tecnique kinda waste nail polish. So is there another way, collete?

Cal Flavell says:

The title reminds me of that song drip drop from that show Empire.8D


pretty, I think I might try this even after Halloween

Shellbug-Michelle Greene says:

really cool looking

Carolyn B says:

Might try heating with a light bulb or hair dryer to make more pliable. Use tweezers to hold next to heat source.

Jayme Wukmir says:


MartyMart Manicures says:

What a neat effect! Love the color combo

Benia Zouras says:

When I do my homemade nail decals on a yogurt lid, I never add wet polish to my nails to stick the stickers onto my nails. I find that having the nice, clean coat of fully dried polish, even a day old, and whether just a basecoat or a full manicure with a topcoat already on it, I can get the stickers to grip onto the polish on my nails very well by just pressing them on firmly. After fixing up all the edges and then adding a top coat, the manicure with the stickers is so durable, I can go for two weeks and it still looks good except for new nail growth.

Nadine Duncan says:

Oh my god they are soooo cool I’ll be doing them at some stage I love these colours together as well

TehKitteh01 says:

I think the green and purple for Halloween stems from Frankenstein. They certainly make a nice addition to orange and black.

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RonneeSue Scott says:

Love this! I’m going to do this design for sure. Doesn’t have to be for Halloween. These are awesome Colette!

muniqueen1 says:

So. cool! I would give two thumbs up if I could.

Stacy Miller says:

Where can I buy a stamping kit. I tried one online and my bank declined it because it was not in a good area. So I was wanting some information on how to buy a stamping kit and where to go that is good and not a bad site

RealisticSky Pearson says:

This is fantastic. They look like eyeballs

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