Apparently I have a small cut on my middle finger. I can't even see it in person! I wonder how that got there.
As I've done before, the background is Salon Perfect Sugar Cube topped with Sally Hansen Big Smoky Topcoat. Somehow I love that look so much more than a gray polish - I think it looks so much creepier! I topped everything off with a matte topcoat to give it a slightly spookier, more natural look.
That ding in the polish came from trying to pinch an air bubble out from under the decal when I laid it down.
I decided to add some grass to some of my nails, for a little bit more depth. I did that by painting on Finger Paints Monet Money using the dry brush technique. (I applied my coat of Big Smoky after doing the green on these nails, to make the grass a bit darker.) Sadly, the green made the gravestones pretty hard to see, but overall I really love this design!
As always, here's the challenge image! I'm very much looking forward to pumpkins in a few days. And I really, really need to research how to do my nails for my costume! I'm going as a historically accurate flapper, and nail polish as an industry and a technology wasn't very advanced back then. Which of the remaining themes are you most excited for? Have you been participating in this challenge? Let me know in the comments!