What To Wear: Holiday Nail Polish - Page 2
Cheap: China Glaze’s Tinsel or 5 Golden Rings, $5.00
Steep: OPI’s Visions of Sugarplum, $9.00
Straight-edge office: Especially in this economy, you don’t want to risk your reputation by being too bold with your nail polish. A classic red or dark maroon would be a great way to branch out from that classic Pretty-In-Pink you’ve been wearing all Fall.
Cheap: Milani’s Red To Tango, $4.49
Steep: Essie’s Lolipop, $8.00
Function: Christmas Dinner (either at your house or as a guest)
A Christmas Dinner is a special event that deserves the utmost respect when it comes to nails. While your beauties should be polished without a doubt, going overboard at a dinner where your 100-something-year-old grandmother thinks a dark blue is just for Halloween might not go over so well. To make a lasting positive impression, this is an event that calls for classic.
Cheap: Barielle’s Jubilant, $4.50
Steep: Chanel Mica Rose, $23
Function: New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve is where it all goes down (that is assuming you have a successful night). This is your time to party hard and let your nails show it. If you’re going out for a fun night with endless possibilities, this is the perfect opportunity to pick that crazy color you thought you’d never dare to bare, no looking back.
Cheap: Finger Paint’s Decked With Dazzle, $4.00
Steep: Rescue Beauty Lounge’s Look Rich, Be Cheap, $18.00