Looking into nail polish trends has come up with a mixture of results, but what I found that stood out the most was Tangerine or Burnt Orange
It is such a fresh, vibrant and bright colour that works with all skin tones. I think just coming out from Summer into Autumn, this colour fits in perfectly with the changing season. Be perfect with a nice matte lipstick on a casual day out.
The nail polishes listed above from left to right:
Sonia Kashuk – $4.79 from Target. The only stockist who sells it is Target. Possibly only available in USA.
Sephora offers this Opaque rich Tangerine nail polish from their website for $9.50. You do have to scroll down and find the colour from all that is on offer.
Le Métier De Beauté Nail Lacquer in Not So Safe Orange cannot be bought off their direct website but you can purchase it for $18 from Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.
CND offers Electric Orange #545 which isn’t sold directly from their website but I managed to find it on Amazon from stockist One41 Beauty for $6.15. The maximum cost that I found was $8.45.
For a local stockist here in Australia, I found BYS offered Tempt me Tangerine with stockists found here. BYS Nail Polishes usually cost around $5.
Dr.’s Remedy offer their Tranquil Tangerine for $17 off their website. It is a bit on the lighter side and not a solid, dense tangerine / burnt orange.
Found this at Drugstore.com by Revlon. This is the Tangerine nail polish and cost $4.99. You can most likely go to your local pharmacy or department store to find this.
Found an Etsy store KBShimmer that make bright and bold coloured nail polish. This is $7.50 from this Etsy seller. They are currently away but will be back in May to open up shop again.
OPI offer from their Texas Collection Y’all Come Back Ya Hear? I found this at various beauty websites including Recreate Yourself, Salon Style, and Beauty Bay for approx $16.95 but then I got onto Amazon and found the seller rock and glamorize that sold it for $2.
Ulta 3 offer Burnt Orange which is very strong and bold when applied. It costs approx $2 from a physical Chemist such as Terry White Chemists or any local pharmacy.
This is just part 1 of the nail polish series. There are many more interesting colours that I want to share and would be perfect for the upcoming months.
Thought I would start out with the bright colours first before we go onto the subtle colours.
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