Thursday, January 27, 2011

Winter Polish Trends for 2011

Just cause its cold outside dosn't mean your style cant be hot! This Winter 2010-11 you cant go wrong with dark colors. The darker the better, anything thats almost black as night is in. Think super dark blues, reds, greys, and plum colors. Matte colors are still in and if you want just go for a jet black color in been in for the past few seasons and is here to stay. Black Onyx by OPI is a super popular, and Laque Brilliance Extreme. Try Estee Lauder Wild Storm for a cool charcoal grey color
NYC 115A Skin Tight Denim Creme
A nice dark navy with a hint of shimmer

Jordanas Hypnotizing
A creamy plum color thats good on a budget

LA Colors-Color craze in Live
A nice gunmetal with a ton of shimmer

Shiny metalics and frosts are in this season too. You can add a nice icey touch to your nails. Cool gunmetals are super cool and edgy. Glitter and shine are in in golds silvers and greys. Even a few nice frosty blues are cute to match with all the snow and ice outside. You can even add a nice topcoat for extra shine. MAC's Very Important Platinum is a very cute frost color. To bring too trends together you can check out Branwen's Feather from butter london for a cute shiny plum color perfect fot this winter season.

 LA Colors-Color Craze In Goddess

Confetti's Silver Slippers

Those super chic beige, and gray hues are still in for winter. The matte shades that have been so popular, I cant get enough. When these murky neutral's first starting showing up I was a little hesitant to jump in. Until i found Orly's Prince charming. These cute muddy taupe, and grey colors are here to stay, and can range from a more purple tone like Sally Hansen's Commander in Chic or Essies Merino Cool, or a more gray brown like Deborah Lippamann's "Waking up in Vegas" or "Fashion".

From Orlys Once Upon a Time collection in Prince Charming 

Confetti Nail Polish in Moonstruck

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