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Nails · October 30, 2017

6 Must-Have Holiday Nail Polishes

Smoky White

For those who love a nude nail but want to switch things up as the temperatures drop, a smoky white takes a minimalist look to the next level. The pearlescent hue brightens your nails (and your hands) without appearing too stark or chalky. Apply one coat for a more sheer finish or apply two for an opaque pearly look.
We love: Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Sugarette

Rusty Copper

While we adore a rose gold polish, a metallic terracotta is our tried-and-trues moodier equivalent. It has that same foiled feel, but the orange undertone pairs perfectly with your Thanksgiving decor. The best part? The metallic hue acts as an accessory even when youre not wearing any.
We love: Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Fosse Fingers

Deep Bordeaux

Deep wine shades are usual suspects in the fall and winter polish lineup. This year, opt for a color that leans more purple and less red for a fresher spin on the shade. Heading to a festive fte? Pair your merlot mani with a wine-colored lip like this Stila Cosmetics Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick in Chianti for a monochromatic moment.
We love: Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Dark Like Me

Rich Navy

Reserve the winter blues solely for your mani. A dark inky cobalt looks totally luxe on your tips and complements any neutral outfit. Plus, the almost-black color works well with both gold and silver jewelry.
We love: Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Kings & Thieves

Forest Green

Tis the season to rock a warm, mossy mani. A deep green shade is a nice change from your average vampy color (think: deep purple and rich wine), and flatters all skin tones.
We love: Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Darjeeling Darling

Glitzy Gold

A gilded glitter will take your tips from flat to festive with just a few swipes. Layer over another polish for a touch of sparkle or wear alone for some major shimmer and shine.
We love: Smith & Cult Nailed Lacquer in Shattered Souls


Alexis Bridenbaugh