The neutral nail polish is without a doubt my most reached for nail shade. An essential in your nail polish wardrobe, a nude nail is perfect for both work and play and goes with anything. Although there are so many nude shades on the market, a good one is surprisingly hard to come by. Tried and tested, I’ve rounded up some of my all time favourites to get your nails looking their best, naturally.
OPI ‘Stop It I’m Blushing!‘: A flattering flush of warm, baby peach. Opaque after two coats.
Smith & Cult ‘Pillow Pie’: This feminine pink glides on to a soft, semi-sheer finish.
Sally Hansen Color Therapy ‘Chai On Life’: A warm calming taupe, perfect for the cooler months.
Yves Saint Laurent La Laque Couture ‘Beige Leger (22)‘: One of my darker neutrals, this pink-beige shade is stunning for fall and winter.
Essie ‘Topless & Barefoot‘: A barely there soft beige pink nail colour, this shade makes the perfect nude.
Sally Hansen Color Therapy ‘Blushed Petal’: A botanical blush pink tone that starts out sheer but the opacity can be built up with a few coats.
OPI ‘The Beige of Reason’: This sheer, rosy light warm-toned pink adds amazing shine to the nails and a beautiful touch of colour. Use 3 coats for optimal shine and colour.
Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure ‘Devil Wears Nada’: A beautiful neutral pink-beige blend.
The Nail Lab ‘Harper’: A classic soft, feminine pink. This one applies quite sheer so you do need a few coats. It’s perfect for a barely-there look to add just a hint of colour and shine to your nails.
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