Colors for nails
Colors for nails is too broad of a direction. There is a rainbow of colors for nails. From rich dark greens and purples to the brightest whites and yellows. We had to get sassy and classy to look for the best colors for nails. With our chosen selection, we wanted to expose more of this nail color rainbow. Below we chose the best browns, burgundies and colors for nails. Choose one and experiment or choose a few to start your unique look.
Orange-Red colors work well with black and white clothes and the shades are especially nice with olive or dark skin tones. Rich Browns polishes range from earthy brown shades with shimmer to deep chocolates with hints of red. Burgundies/Eggplants colors looks great against very pale skin or very deep dark skin.
To find out if these colours best suit you first ask yourself – What is your personal style? Which color groups make your skin tone pop and sparkle? Colors for nails are so varied that certainly there is a color in the above selections that can suit your tastes.
Wearing a dark nail polish will draw attention, so have your nails well manicured and moisturized.
- Apply a ridge-filling base coat to even out surface.
- To save time use a base and ridge filler in one.
- Base coat also protects nails. Dark colors can stain or yellow nails.
Avoid quick-dry top coats, which tend to chip. Instead, drip cuticle oil over each nail to decrease drying time. Once the polish is thoroughly dry, dip an eye-shadow applicator (cotton swab will leave fuzz behind) in polish remover to clean up the skin around the nail beds.
Chipping can show up on dark nails easier. To avoid such a thing, run the brush across the very tip of each nail so that you’re almost painting the underside. After two minutes, brush on a top coat.
Bianca Miller Nails
Bianca Miller is a London based nail polish brand that caters to women of all complexions. You can find a wide selection of nail polishes to suit whatever look you are after.