Fall 2013 Nail Polish Picks

Posted November 3, 2013 by Prairie Wife - 1 comment

Fall 2013 Nail Polish

The season of office parties and family gatherings is now upon us. An easy way to bring an outfit together and to feel a little extra fancy is with some nail polish. In truth, I only ever really have time to do my toes but, on the occasion that I do paint my nails, I always feel so put together! Below are my favorite picks for fall. They were all purchased at either Walgreens or Target.

From Left to Rightfall 2013 Nail polish

Blank Slate by Sonia Kashuk- This is a great blue grey tone. Depending on how the light hits, it can look more navy or smoky.

Forever Frosted by Covergirl- This is the perfect pale pink, it looks sophisticated rather than little girly, and goes with everything!

Buy Me a Cameo by Essie-This is a rose gold color that I love on my toes!

Fatigued by Sonia Kashuk-This army green is tough enough to make me feel like a rocker, but feminine enough to go with all my outfits.

Hypnotise by Rimmel-This deep purple/red is just plain sexy!

Maybe it’s because I have five year old daughter, but sometimes I just need to add a little sparkle to my nails! Below are my favorite “special effects” polishes for fall.fall 2013 special effects polish

The Bigger the Better by L’Oreal Paris-This black sparkle instantly turns any polish into rocker chic. I love to put it on top of neon’s and dark colors.

Matte Top Color by OPI- Even though the matte look is very trendy right now (according to all the fashion magazines), I was a little nervous to try it. I ended up buying this on a whim, and loving it! It looks great to have all your nails on one hand matte and leave an accent nail with the normal shiny coat.

Set in Stones by Essie-This is the perfect mixture of big and little silver sparkles, it makes me feel like a princess every time I use it!


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