I decided to be a bit simpler than with previous challenges, and do roughly the same thing on every nail. Five different styles of pattern just takes way too long, even for this out-of-work blogger. But I spiced it up by using a few different colors for my background. I considered doing a gradient background, but decided that I was too lazy even for that.
So, I used my three favorite Halloweeny colors: PS I Enjoy Acid Pops by Twisted Colors, Ablaze by ORLY, and Hot Tropics by ORLY. I've used these three in several of the Glamghouls challenges now. They're all just so bright and fun!
I got a little bit confused on my first three spiderwebs, but definitely didn't feel like starting over, so I just went with it. Then I watched a few different YouTubers paint on their spiderwebs and realized that I was drawing my curved lines backwards! I started out using my white Sally Hansen striping poilsh, but it was a bit too gloppy for the small curved lines, so I switched to my white Sally Hansen nail art pen.
Obligatory "my thumbs look cute but don't photograph well with my other fingers" shot
My spiders are also a bit sloppy... I think their bodies are too small for their eight legs. I started out using my black Sally Hansen nail art pen on my left thumb, but sadly the ink inside just doesn't stay thick - it all ends up pooling somewhere and it gets way too sheer. So I switched to using my black striping polish, which is a little harder to control in such small detail. So don't mind my wibbly, lopsided, chunky-legged spiders!
There are only four challenges left this month! Which one are you most looking forward to? Let me know in the comments! I'm excited for candy corn and matching my costume!