Fall is a great time to step out of your comfort zone and try out some new fun and funky nail shades. We are seeing every color of the rainbow this season, and the finishes run from matte to full on glitter. Why not consider your fingers and toes another accessory to play with? Because with these shades, you are going to want to have them done all the time.
Classic Camel by China Glaze Vintage Vixen: Not only is camel going to be big in the fashion world, but we will see this gorgeous neutral on fingertips too.
Cuckoo for this Color by OPi: Swiss Collection. I love greens, and this one is no exception. With plenty of shimmer and even a few tiny flecks of glitter, this color will stand out in the sea of boring mauves and pinks that everyone else wears.
Nail Trend F/W ’10 by MAC in Ming Blue: New York Fashion Week is almost here, which means MAC has released their latest collection showcasing what they think the best of Fashion Week will entail. In this amazing Jin Soon collaboration, we can find Ming Blue, a cobalt blue frost that looks stunning on.
Just a Little Dangerous by SEPHORA by OPI : purples are HUGE this year, and this shade is edgy without being harsh. A deep purple with a metallic finish.
butter LONDON All Hail McQueen Nail Lacquer: I am personally obsessed with this one, and not because I was a huge admirer of Alexander McQueen, who the polish is named after, although that is a bonus. It is a nude holographic that would probably work well on any skin shade.
Paradoxial Le Vernis Nail Color by Chanel: If you can stand one more mention of this limited edition shade, it’s well worth a look-see. Paradoxial is a gray-violet frost that is absolutely beautiful on.
Orly Lunar Eclipse from the Cosmic FX Collection: No link for this one, as it hasn’t been released yet (soon!). I can’t stay away from the cobalt blues, and this interesting shade has a pink and purple holographic effect.
Tight Knit from the Style in Argyle collection by Barielle: This is a very interesting shade – it’s described as a purple-brown creme. I like the effect of the creme versus matte – matte shades can be a little off-putting to some people.
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