Hello, lovely people!
1. Sally Hanson 146 Sand Storm
You can never go wrong with a nice nude nail polish color, and this one by Sally Hanson is definitely a love of mine. The formula is nice and opaque with only one coat (although I always do two to help the polish last longer) and dries incredibly quickly (especially when I use my DIY Dry Nails Fast trick!).
2. Maybelline Color Show 215 Wine and Forever
Maroon and Burghandy colored nail polishes are a must have for this time of year, and this polish from Maybelline’s Color Show* is perfection. It has a very deep, rich color that makes it seem like it changes colors when it’s in darker and brighter lighting. The formulation of the product is great with an easy to use brush to get the best results.
*This color is also featured in my Top 5 Nail Colors for Fall post, but I loved it so much for this time of year that I has to include it in this winter post too 🙂
3. Sally Hanson 316 Expresso
I couldn’t get through this post without a pink-colored nail polish, and this mauve from Sally Hanson has surely been a color I’ve been reaching to. Like the nude polish, the formula and opacity is great and dries quickly. It’s the perfect colors for those who want to wear a pink nail polish in the winter months without it being too “in you face.”
4. OPI Unfor-GRETA-bly Blue
Deep blues are so fitting for this time of year! OPI’s Unfor-GRETA-bly Blue is dark, royal blue color that has a hint of sparkle to it, guaranteed to make any manicure shine in the snow!
5. Essie Repstyle
A nice, gold-colored nail polish is hard to find, but this color from Essie is just that. Like the OPI polish, it has a subtle shine to it that enhances its color without making it look cheap and childlike. It’s unlike many other colors out there and is sure to be a gorgeous color on all skin tones!