All Time Classic Holiday Nail Colors

Now that the pumpkin spiced lattes are on their way out, it is time to start planning our winter manicures. And even though we must protect our hands and wear gloves once the weather turns cold, there is a special sort of feeling when you are holding your hot cocoa mug with your perfectly done manicure. If you don't know what to wear on your nail at a Christmas party or just on a daily basis, you can always go for a winter classic and know you can't go wrong with it. Here are some of our favorites classic winter shades, that will also put you on a festive mood.

 

  • DEEP REDS


If there is a color that will alway be a winter staple that is red, and when you are making it a deep, burgundy red, then you know the holiday season is near. Just imagine how good your nails would look like when unwrapping preasent on the Christmas morning! If you are looking for a special kind of red this season, them Wine Bath might be what you were looking for, not only it is the perfect holiday red, but it also has sparkle in it to make it even more festive.

 

 

  • GLITTERY GOLDS


Now that looks like a party! An all over gold glittery manicure might not be everyones cup of tea, but if you are feeling bold, the this shade will make your nails the center of attention. If you want to tone it down a little, then make it an accent nail and pair it with a deep red, forest green or even a dark chocolatey brown, it's gonna look stunning either way. Our Glitter Gold it is the perfect shade for this type of manicure.

  • DARK GREEN


This color looks magical! From chartreuse to emeralds, greens have been a favorite all year round, and the cold season makes no exception. Something is enchanting to a deep forest green that will a touch of boldness and a lot of refinement to your look when you are wearing this shades. It might not scream holiday season like the previous mentioned shades, but you will not regret choosing it. We have the perfect dip powder shade and that it Forest Rain.

 


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