Ghost with the Most: 16 Beetlejuice-Inspired Nails for Your Collection

The spooky season is upon us, and that means it’s time to get creative with our nails. If you’re looking for some inspiration, check out these Beetlejuice-inspired designs.

Whether you want to go for a more subtle nod to the movie with some black and white stripes, or go all out with a glow-in-the-dark look, there’s sure to be a design that you’re going to love.

Beetlejuice press-on nails
Artist Credit: nailsby.maggi

If you enjoy the simplicity of wearing press-on nails, you’ll love these spooky Beetlejuice-themed nails.

handpainted Beetlejuice nails
Artist Credit: ivanailssss

I love a set of hand-painted nails, and these Beetlejuice nails are no exception. The Beetlejuice character is so fun to look at.

Beetlejuice with Sparkles
Artist Credit: makaylastipsandtoes

The addition of black nails with glitter gives this design a fun and elegant look. If you’re looking for stiletto nail inspiration, look no further.

Classic Beetlejuice Nails
Artist Credit: nailsby_sammie_

If you’re looking for inspiration for a more traditional look, let these classic Beetlejuice nails inspire you. Choose your favorite nail shape for your design.

Short Stiletto Nails
Artist Credit: conjuredclaws

People who love short stiletto nails can find inspiration with these creative nails. I love the fun design and spooky color palette.

Purple and Green Nails
Artist Credit: jmluxurypressonnails

These press-on nails feature vibrant colors and fantastic designs. You can purchase your own set of Beetlejuice Press-On Nails on Etsy (no longer available).

Trendy Beetlejuice Nails
Artist Credit: noemisnailroom

I find these Beetlejuice nails to be super beautiful and trendy. The simple French tip design makes them great for everyday wear during October.

Beetlejuice and Lydia Nails
Artist Credit: thatcurlynailtech

If you’re a fan of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice, you’ll love this Lydia and Beetlejuice-inspired nail design. This fun and easy design if you want to show your love for one of Burton’s most beloved films.

Beetlejuice on Natural Nails
Artist Credit: sweetandsavvynails

You don’t have to get artificial nails for a gorgeous nail design. This look has been done on natural nails and looks absolutely fantastic.

Artistic Beetlejuice Nails
Artist Credit: nailz_by_dev

Nothing says creepy like Beetlejuice, and what better way to get into the spirit than with some artistic Beetlejuice nails? This artist is exceptionally talented, and I definitely recommend checking them out.

Glow in the Dark Beetlejuice Nails
Artist Credit: spellboundxnails

Try something new with your nails by making them glow in the dark. These nails are perfect for a party or any event where it’s dark.

Beetlejuice Long Stiletto Nails
Artist Credit: nailz_by_dev

These Beetlejuice long stiletto nails are stunning. It takes a talented nail artist to create such a fantastic design. For more inspiration, check out the artist Devin Strebler.

Purple, White, and Black Press-Ons
Artist Credit: ts_presson_nails

Here’s another beautiful set of press-on nails. You can find more nails from this artist by visiting the TPressonNails Etsy shop (no longer available).

Beetlejuice Square Nails
Artist Credit: cb.nail23

If you prefer your nails to be a more manageable length, you can still have a great design, even with shorter nails. These nails feature Beetlejuice and Lydia.

Beetlejuice Gradient Nails
Artist Credit: spellbound_nails_sd

These nails put a fun twist on the gradient design. The nails have been painted white with black stripes. Additionally, a simple coating of green or purple has been added as a gradient.

Gravestone Nails
Artist Credit: alaina_thenailvaultnz

A few of these nails include a spooky gravestone design. While the remaining nails use the classic Beetlejuice design and color palette.

Beetlejuice is one of the most timeless and iconic horror-comedy films of all time. One of the best things about this time of year is getting to experiment with fun and creative nails. If you’re stuck for ideas, why not try a Beetlejuice-inspired design?

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