The $11 Polish Behind Megan Fox's Halloween Nails

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There are some people who throw on cat ears and eyeliner whiskers and call it a day for Halloween, and then there's Megan Fox. Every year, the star goes all out with not just one, but a few costumes, and this year is no different. For Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford's annual Casamigos Halloween Party in Los Angeles on Oct. 27, she and musician Machine Gun Kelly opted for "Kill Bill"-inspired costumes, with Fox dressed up as Gogo Yubari.

For the festivities, celebrity manicurist Brittney Boyce created equally stand-out Halloween nails for Fox, proving a good costume is all in the details. The manicure featured extra-long, square-shaped extensions painted in a bright cherry-red color. The exact shade used was the Foxology Nail Lacquer in Poison ($11), a true red with orange undertones. Each fingernail was then decorated in tiny black decals; ultra-detailed snakes, crosses, spiders, anatomical hearts, butterflies, barbed wire, and crescent moons were some of the designs featured.

Fox's Halloween makeup included bloody tears and sky-high false lashes by celebrity makeup artist Jenna Kristina. Kristina used Maybelline New York products, including the Super Stay Skin Tint ($14), the Hyper Easy Liquid Pen Eyeliner ($7), and the Color Sensational Ultimatte Matte Lipstick ($7) in the shade More Mauve. She also used Laneige skin-care products in her prep.

For her hair, Fox wore a long black wig with wispy bangs courtesy of celebrity hairstylist Dimitris Giannetos. He used Uberliss products on the star to achieve a mirror-like shine.

The next night, on Oct. 28, Fox and MGK wore different costumes to Vas Morgan and Michael Braun's Halloween Party but the "Jennifer's Body" star kept her manicure the same, proving just how versatile red nails can be. This time around, they wore ensembles inspired by the anime series "Death Note," with Fox dressed in a fiery red bob haircut.

With Oct. 31 fast approaching, celebrities are flooding our social media feeds with their Halloween costumes. Though the Hallo-weekend is behind us, we don't think they're quite finished with the holiday just yet meaning there are even more beauty looks in store.