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    Halloween is just around the corner, and while you can't exactly wear a costume to the office, your fingertips can provide the perfect outlet for some spooky spirit. Sure, you could pick up one of the many holiday polishes out there, but what's coolor: a trendy shade of orange, or a Goosebumps-esque slime design? Though some forms of nail art might seem a little out of reach for those with not-so-steady hands, it's a lot easier than you think and there are some simple Halloween designs you can do with shades you probably already have at home. To try out nail art of your own, you'll just need a few supplies. Base Coat--My go-to is Sally Hansen's Diamond Strength Instant Nail Hardener. A strengthening base coat is key. Top Coat--Seche Vite is the best. Period. It's super shiny, dries really fast, and never splinters. Q-tips and Polish Remover--Everyone makes mistakes. **Optional: Thin-Brush Polish--They're great for French manicures or contrasting tips, making polka dots, stripes... everything. They're just easier to use than regular size brushes. I recommend Hurricane, which you can find at most beauty supply stores, but Milani's Precision Brush is good too and is available at CVS. I advise getting white and black. If you don't have a thin brush or don't want to buy one, don't worry. It's not necessary, just simpler. And if you want to do some detailing, you can always dip a pin or toothpick in your polish Properly armed? Click through to get a step-by-step guide for five different Halloween nail art designs!