A quick and simple nail art tutorial on making horror inspired blood dripped nails. These look even better if you cut them into points!

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Halloween Horror Styled Dripping Blood Nail Art Instructions
Today’s tutorial is a little on the evil side… blood dripped nails!
To begin, paint a base colour and allow to dry.
I used white for maximum effect.
Load your brush quite heavily with red.
It should have enough polish to form a bubble on the bottom of the brush.
Gently touch the bubble of the polish to the nail around half way down, lift slightly and drag to the tip.
Repeat next to the first stroke but only half way as far.
By pressing at the end and dragging lightly up it will form a nice dripping shape.
Just make sure you have enough polish on the brush.
Repeat with an even longer drip next and then a ship one to finish that side of the nail.
Reload your brush with polish regularly.
Make a long drop on the side and then a short one to join it all together.
As long as you make the strokes all different lengths you’ll end up with pretty realistic drips.
Next nail.
Once you get quick enough you can do all of the long strokes at once and then just fill the short ones in after.
Simple once you get the hang of it!
Finish by painting the tips to match and top coat if you like.
Very creepy.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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