10 Gothic Manicure Ideas to Get You Through the Winter

Plum Glitter Nail

Use Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Nail Polish ($7) in the shade The Queens Velvet ($7) and Lights Lacquer Nail Polish ($11) in the hues Clueless to achieve a similar appearance.

Navy Blue Accent Nail

Use Mooncat Getting Even Nail Primer ($13) as the foundation for this style, and use Mooncat Nail Lacquer ($14) in the shades Head in the Clouds, Into the Abyss, and Antivenom to create the swirly nail art.

Dark Skittle Nail

Although rainbow-colored paint is typically used for skittle nails, darker tones can also produce an equally gorgeous effect.

Sultry Geode Nail

These colorful cat-eye nails are really eye-catching.

Holographic Chocolate Swirl Nail

Lights Lacquer Nail Polish ($11) in the appropriate tints is all you need.

Amethyst Aura Nail

Mooncat Nail Lacquer ($13) in the shades A Doll's House, Freudian Slip, and From the Ashes is required.

Glossy Brown Nail

One can also choose to keep things straightforward by using only one hue. The hue in question, if you like glossy brown nails, is Hermès Le Mains Nail Enamel ($50) in shade 95 Brun Bistre.

Burgundy Chrome French Tip

Use Cirque Colors ($15) Nail Polish in the hue Life on Mars to simply reproduce the French manicure.

Plum Velvet Nail

Velvet nails are always a good choice, particularly in the winter. Additionally, they will look even more in-style for the season if they choose a dark shade. 

Burgundy Ombre Nail

To obtain the delicate gradient look, simply put both polishes onto a sponge and push it into your nail. Apply a layer of top coat next for a glossy, flawless finish.

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