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Spiders | Nail Art Tutorial


Spiders | Nail Art Tutorial

Want to know how to create this spiders nail look? Follow our 6 step nail art tutorial below!

The products we used to create this look:

Nail polish and nail art tools

1. Vitamin Base Coat – Natural Collection
2. French Manicure Long Lasting – Collection – French White
3. Lasting Gel Nail Colour – Collection – Blackjack
4. Dotting Tool
5. Pointed Drawing Brush (long)
6. Dotting Tool

Would you like this design painted on false nails for you?

If you can’t find this look with our other false nail sets that are available to buy, please contact me and I will happily sort it out for you!

Now lets show you how we created this look!


First of all it is important to make sure your nails are clean and ready to be painted before we start, so we need to do a little bit of preparation. If you have nail polish on already, you will need to take it off with some nail polish remover. After this is done, I usually wash my hands just to just to ensure my nails are completely clean.

Then it’s time to tidy your nails up a little and shape them to how you want them with your file. If you want make your nails appear longer you can push back your cuticles. If you place your hand in some warm water for a few minutes, it will help soften your skin making it easier for you to do this.

Once you are ready, you should apply a base coat to your nail as this will protect your nails from being stained but also will make applying your nail polish much smoother. We used the Natural Collection, Vitamin Base Coat (1) to do this.


Once your base coat is dry (this shouldn’t take too long), we can start moving on to the more exciting parts – deciding what colour you want your nails to be! For this look, we decided to paint all the fingers with the nail polish in the colour French White (2) and the thumb in the nail polish in the colour Blackjack (3). We applied two coats of the nail polish as this made sure the nail was covered well. We recommend you apply two thin coats rather than one thick one as the thicker the coat, the longer it will take to dry!


Once the white nail polish is dry, the real fun begins – time to start creating the spiders! We decided on having the spiders on our fingers – we’ll be adding something else to our thumb later! We placed dots with the thicker dotting tool (6) with the nail polish in the colour Blackjack (3). This lets you plan out where you would like the spiders to be easier!

halloween nail art tutorialSTEP 4

Once you are happy with where you have placed the dots for the spiders, it is now time to add the legs! We used the the thinner dotting tool (4) to create them with the nail polish in the colour Blackjack (3).

spiders nail artSTEP 5

Once you have finished creating the spiders on the fingers, it’s now to start creating the spiders web on the thumb! We painted on 3 lines with the long pointed drawing brush (5) with the nail polish in the colour French White (2). We started from the bottom of the nail and painted the line upwards.

spiders web nailsSTEP 6

Once you have painted on the 3 lines, it’s time to add the final touches – ‘weaving the web’ together! We created this by drawing thin curved lines in between the 3 lines, so they would be joined together. We did this with the thinner dotting pen (5) with the nail polish in the colour French White (2).

And that’s it! It’s a great nail look that you can create for Halloween!

🎃 If you like this nail art, click here to check out our other Halloween nail designs! 🎃

Now it’s your turn! Have you created this look? We’d love to see it – tag us on Twitter and Instagram @creativenailsuk!

Don’t forget to check out our shop – we have a number of gorgeous false nails that are for sale now!

Also – if you are unable to find what you are looking for through my shop or from a design in my nail art tutorials, please do not hesitate to get in touch! I am more than happy to do custom designs.

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