Trending Winter Nail Colors

Girls, winter season is not just about snuggles in the blanket, early sunsets, and lazy Sundays. It is also about finding the coolest shades for your nails for a glam season. A great thing about winter is that you can pair a dark shade polish with a light colored dress and still look elegant, trust me! A little pampering can make your day a lot better than you think. These shades will brighten your mood as well as your days. Let’s play with these nail shades! Take a closer look at our favorite winter nail colors!

Winter Nail Colors: Cherry Red Nails

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With all of the holiday feels, red is definitely on the top of my favorite trends. It goes well with almost every single color that I wear. Red is all about symbolizing power and love. It is best suited with a little black dress. To complete your look, don’t forget to put on a matching red lip shade. If you’re feeling bold and you want some creative touch to your look, try adding some artistic designs on the red nail paint. I would suggest gold and red or silver and red if you do not want it to look too “christmassy.”  It’s a playful color!

Metallic Grey Polish

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It is time to strip back, and change your color to metallic grey. It is a color that many people haven’t explored yet. The best thing about it is that the steel grey steals all the attention in the room! It looks pretty bright and you can see the shine on it from a distance. It goes well with pastel colored dresses as well as dark ones. You can never get bored of this bold burst of color! Forget the typical black shade, and try some steel grey instead! Aren’t we all bored of wearing the same color every winter?

Champagne Color

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Champagne has a hint of yellowish-orange that is very close to beige. It’s the perfect option to complete a formal look! This color has many unique hues and seems to be quite popular in fashion. From champagne colored walls in interior design to hair dyes to futuristic looking footwear, your nails shouldn’t be left out. The winter nail colors come alive and will compliment a daring yet classy look. It is a neutral, so it goes with almost every other color I wear and this is actually my first polish choice for parties.

Rose Gold Sparkle

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Rose gold can be seen as a mix of silver, gold, and copper. Who wouldn’t want the complete package? This is such an amazing color that leaves me spell-bound every time I put it on! Right now, this is a very trendy color for nail polish, jewelry, and accessories. It will seek a lot of attention and compliments where everybody will come up to you like “wow!”  It is all about three in one that makes it so special!

Burgundy Shades

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Side by side with other shades of dark red such as maroon, cordovan, and oxblood, burgundy brings its A-game! The shade differs in subtle ways and looks great on nails. It is a dark and sultry color that works perfectly in the winter. It is all about accomplishing the bold and chic look!

I hope you guys liked the shades!

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xo,
Gunit

Gunit is a Faviana Brand Ambassador. She is a marketer, content writer and a graphic designer. She has been working with Faviana as a brand ambassador. Along with the exciting spark in what she does, Gunit started her own personal blog two months back. To find out how you could become one of our Brand Ambassadors, click here!

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