Labor Day has come and gone and so we bid adieu to our vibrant summer nail shades. Don’t worry, they’ll resurface next year, and in the meantime there are some bold and brilliant new nail shades to keep us more than occupied. While the fall color palettes feature a darker and deeper theme, they are far from boring or bland. To help make your fall nail transition a little bit easier, we came up with a list of the top five nail colors to keep your nails warm until spring.
#1. Chocolate Brown. Our favorite comfort food is sweetening up our nails this season. Indulge in rich brown shades like essie Partner In Crime from the Fall 2014 Collection.
#2. Metallics. The beauty industry is definitely experiencing a gold rush this season — along with a silver and bronze rush! Mineral tones like Giorgio Armani Beauty in Oro Oscuro lend a subtle, shimmery (not glittery) feel to fall manicures. We’re all about getting that Midas touch!
#3 Neutral Nudes. Nothing is more sophisticated than a clean, neutral nail and it looks like they are all the rage this season. Keep it classy with neutrals ranging from creamy beiges to grey-infused hues like YSL La Lacque Couture in Taupe Graine.
#4 Classic Red. Channel your inner Hollywood starlet with this classically glam shade. You can never go wrong with red and this season it looks like deeper, cranberry-like versions of the color are totally in. Jump on the bandwagon with shades like essie Dress to Kilt.
#5 Midnight Blue. Get the blues in a whole new way this season! Dark navy shades are super-chic for fall and a great way to get your color fix. Try a deep blue like L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Nail in After Hours and get in touch with your dark side.
What’s your fave color of the season? Tell us in the comments below.
About the Author:Angela helps inspire and inform the Makeup.com audience by delivering the latest beauty tips, tricks and trends.
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