The cooler air has arrived, the leaves have turned and holiday décor has been placed around town. It’s time to throw on your favorite leggings and comfy sweater and grab a mani/pedi. Before you head in to your favorite nail salon, consider these fun holiday colors:
Beyond Cozy by Essie: You don’t have to wait until the ball drops to wear a fun and shimmering silver on your nails. This holiday season welcomes metallic nails with open hands.
Wrapped in Rubies by Essie: Just like its name, this color wraps you in a luscious deep burgundy color with gold undertones. A more mature choice for the perfectly manicured hand.
Cocktail Bling by Essie: The color resembles the winter sky before the first fall of snow and the light shade of gray goes perfect with your winter wardrobe. How can something so neutral stop traffic?
Holiday Glitter Trio by Butter: This special delight comes with three holiday colors: Chancer, West End Wonderland & Rosie Lee. Chancer is your deep, sexy red that will catch a jealous ex’s eye. Your West End Wonderland is a festive gold glitter and Rosie Lee softens the group with a light sparkle purple.
Carry On by Essie: A more modern look with this flat deep plum/burgundy hue. Compliments any skin tone and you can share this one with all the ladies in your family.
Bobbing for Baubles by Essie: Blue is not your traditional holiday color but don’t be fooled by this holiday outcast. Muted sapphire is perfect for fun, cold weather dates like ice skating and sledding or holding a cup of hot chocolate.
Dive Bar by Essie: Consider that deep green, teal to be the new Christmas green. Slather this color during the holiday office parities for a change of pace and fun.
Only Gold For Me by Sephora: Chunks of gold, just what a girl wants! This flashy but classy polish screams party. Quick tips, you will need several coats for this one or for instant glam, add it as a single top coat to a dark color.
Fingers and toes nail colors are a fun way to express your personality during the holidays. Stay in trend and stick to these colors. Happy holidays!
Sara is an active nanny as well as an active freelance writer. She is a frequent contributor of http://www.nannypro.com/.