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Effortless Halloween Nail Art, Because Dressing Up is Hard

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Nail brand NCLA has released its yearly Halloween collection, offering up self-adhesive nail wraps printed with thematic designs like spider webs and blood splatters. These are the ideal Halloween solution for two very different parties:

· Those who don't want to actually put on a costume, but do have the tolerance and skill to apply nail wraps
· Halloween obsessives who spend the entire month celebrating, right down to their fingertips

The aforementioned web and blood designs are part of the "classics" collection, accompanied by four new releases: All Hallow's Eve (bats and spider webs), Macabre (x-ray skeleton parts), Oculus (eyeballs on black or white background, pictured above), and Calavera (comparatively peppy sugar skulls, also pictured above). Each pack includes 26 stickers (so it's okay to mess up) and a nail file for $16.
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· Design Your Own Nail Wraps with NCLA's New Mani App [Racked LA]