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This is my go-to color. Always. It matches everything! Why not? It’s nude! When picking out your neutrally nude colors, go for a shade lighter or darker than your skin tone so it doesn’t look like your skin has melded into your nails. To make it a little more distinct (and shiny), go for a high gloss. Check out Revlon's Nail Enamel in Sheer Nude, $4.79.
If you love words, we found a way for you to have them on your neutrally nude nails! All you need is newspaper, isopropyl alcohol, and a top coat. Check out the instructions here. Make sure you can read French.
This is one of my favorite nail trends and I am always glad to see it on the runway! For this trend, think almost neon colors like bright pinks and oranges. If you don’t have any neon nail polishes lying around, use white for a base before you put on a red, pink, or orange nail polish on. Check out Nicole by OPI's Believe It Do It, $7.19.
Who can say no to light pink, peach, lavender, and baby blue? They all just scream spring! When picking out these colors, think Easter and spring colors and you’re on the right track...unless we have completely different opinions on Easter and spring colors. One of my favorite colors for this trend is mint green. It was hot in 2010 and it’s still hot. I am looking for the perfect shade and I think I found it: Essie’s Mint Candy Apple, $8.
Dark, almost black!
Black is overrated! The new black is a super dark wannabe black. The best part is this trend will look great in any color! Try it in a dark red with Essie's Vintage Wine, $7.50.
Ring Finger Gone Rogue
If you’re itching for a change in how you do your nails but don’t want to go overboard, paint your ring finger nails a few shades lighter or darker than the rest of your nails. If you’re feeling wild, paint them something drastically different like I did here!