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10 Best Nail Shades this Fall of 2016

Whether you like it or not, summer will soon be drawing to a close. And while you may not be against having fun the last few weeks of the summer, you’ll likely be looking forward to the latest in colors and trends this fall. Soon, you’ll start feeling a dip in temperature and wearing cozy sweaters. Fall is just around the corner and one of the best beauty trends to expect this autumn: changing your nail polish shades.

Everybody loves a well-deserved manicure-pedicure. But going for a worthwhile nail color in the next couple weeks is a challenging task. A few minutes of picking a nail color before you’re whisked away to have your nails done on the chair isn’t enough time to make a decision.

No one will actually come forward and force you to paint your nails in the shade of garlic bread or settle of pumpkin-colored spice latte. But instead, nail shades in the next few months will welcome the autumn season headed your way.

 

Nail Polish for the Fall

Are you getting tired with the typical spring and summer colors? The latest autumn nail shades will take care of that. Fortunately, there’s a worthwhile list of the best nail colors and their products this fall to ensure you won’t go wrong with your next choice of polish:

 

Aubergine

There’s the eggplant and its natural purple color, and then there’s the deep rich aubergine that’s jaw dropping enough to get you lost in it.

Recommended product: Oribe, The Lacquer in The Violet (priced at $32 in selected stores).

 

Taupe

You might label this as the perfect taupe colour, but that may not sell the sublime shade too well, which functions wonderfully as a thrilling contrast or nude — depending on the tone of your skin.

Recommended product: Zova, The Nail Polish in Noah (priced at $10 in selected stores).

 

Blue-green

This color is the perfect answer to a pair of leather boots or silk blouses with jewel tone.

Recommended product: Deborah Lippmann, Gel Lab Pro in Wild Things (priced at $20 in selected stores).

 

Merlot

Even if this color happens to be part of some brand nail polish collections, it’s preferable to think of it as the same hue mixed in a pot of merlot, orange peel, nutmeg, and cloves.

Recommended product: OPI Nail Lacquer, in We the Female (priced at $10 in selected stores).

 

Grey-green

When seeing this color up close and personal, you’ll notice its speck of army green influence, giving its ordinary cement color a breath of life.

Recommended product: Essie, Now and Zen (priced at $9 in selected stores).

Chocolate Olive

Under the influence of bright strobe lights or in a candlelight setting, this color will spring to life with its shimmering red sparkle flecks.

Recommended product: China Glaze, Rebel in Heroine Chic (priced at $8 in selected stores).

 

Purple

Lilacs are intended for the spring season, but this color is perfect enough to fit with the cool weather (and works wonderfully with black leather).

Recommended product: Morgan Taylor, Rule the Runway (priced at $9 in selected stores).

 

Grey-blue

This metallic grey gives more bang for your back thanks to its extra glistening blue colour.

Recommended product: Christian Louboutin, Miss Mars Nail Color (priced at $50 in selected stores).

 

Pink

While this color would seem like it’ll fit well with Easter florals, it works wonderfully with a fuzzy and soft cashmere color.

Recommended product: JINsoon, in Mozie (priced at $18 in selected stores).

 

Copper-pink

Picture this opaque-like copper-pink colour as an iPhone colored in rose-gold, or a wine bottle with a millennial influence and a classic tone.

Recommended product: Smith & Cut Nailed Lacquer in 1972 (priced at $18 in selected stores).

 

There are a couple of strategies to go for when buying a nail polish (or settling for a nail shade at the salon). You can either be that individual who leaves the store with a new nail polish bottle and several fingers coated in different colors, or be the one who goes for the first brand name you trust. Either way, it can be a struggle to seek a shade you like, especially when brand offer an overwhelming number of color options.

But in the end, the right nail shade is an essential accessory that helps complete your outfit. At the same time, it also contributes to a signature fashion appearance.