Nude nail polish is ubiquitous these days: Creamy shades at Marc Jacobs, opque whites at Rag & Bone, pinkish beige at Anne Valérie Hash, and a classic Fench manicure at Chanel. It's not just one shade of nude this time. From soft milky pink to opaque camel with different undertones, you will have more fun with it than you expected.
Going Nude Everywhere at Fashion Week 2013!
|Phillip Lim’s Animal-Print Clutch|
Schouler’s Heavy-Hardware Handbag|
Gucci’s Dazzling Fuchsia Fold-Over Clutch|
Prada’s Retro Style Mini Totes|
Bone’s Neutral Three-Tone Tote|
The Best Shade for You
Remember, you need to choose the right nude nail polish to work it.
The easiest way is to match the polish color to your foundation color— not your hand!
To make your nails stand out,
go for a high shine finish one rather than the matte one.
Choose a soft, clean, creamy color.
Pink- or yellow-based nudes will counter any redness in your skin.
Go for a slightly peachy beige color or nude nail polish with gold undertones.
Try a brown-based color such as dark camel.
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