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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Drexel chapter.

Halloween is right around the corner, but midterm exams are already here. If you have just as much homework as I do, you might not have too much time to prepare a costume for this Halloween. However, if you still want to have some Halloween feeling this week, you can try one of these fun nail designs!

Blood & Violence

If you like dark red or watching CSI, you might want to consider one of these 4!

1. Dripping Blood

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2. Crime Scene

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3. Teeth

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4. Bloody Skulls

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Black Cats

If you’re a cat person, these 3 designs are for you!

5. Sneaky French Cat

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6. Green Eyes

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7. Purple

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These 3 ideas are for you if you can’t imagine Halloween without pumpkins or pumpkin spice latte.

8. Pumpkin field

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9. Orange & Spooky

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10. Carved Pumpkins

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Halloween doesn’t have to be all dark and spooky. Have some color on your fingertips while the weather outside is becoming more and more grey.


11. A party of Mummy, Vampire, Frankenstein & Ghost 

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12. Spooky Pastels

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13. Rainbow Eyes

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Black & White

You can never go wrong with classics. In this case: spiderwebs and skulls.


14. Minimalist Spiderwebs

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15. Simple Skull

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Having cute or spooky nails will definitely help you enjoy the season more, so take some time for yourself and try one of these out! Even if you’re taking the hardest exam on October 31, have a great Halloween!

Alise is the President of the Her Campus at Drexel chapter. She is a senior studying Entertainment & Arts Management and hopes to work in the management of cultural organizations in the future. She is an international student from Latvia and loves traveling, photography, and dogs.
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