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Green: The Best Transitional Nail Polish

It’s that time of year again, where one day you’re in shorts and the next in a sweater. Transitioning between seasons can be tricky. Even though temperatures are fluctuating, green nail polish should be your constant. It’s perfect for saying goodbye to summer and hello to autumn.

  • Go Go GREEN! 1 of 6
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    My mom always said that green is a neutral. I didn't quite buy her theory until it I tried in on my nails. Regardless of outfit choice, green nails always seem to coordinate. The following are 5 of my favorite greens for various skin types.

  • 1. Zoya ‘Josie’ 2 of 6
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    It's the perfectly opaque (creamy) green that gives even coverage. Being a cool green, it's ideal for those with fair complexions. 

     

    To Purchase: Zoya Josie, $8

     

  • 2. China Glaze ‘Highlight of My Summer’ 3 of 6
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    For darker complexions, this creamy lime green will look fabulous! It's soft enough to be versatile, but loud enough to be fun.

     

    To Purchase: China Glaze 'Highlight of My Summer', price varies

  • 3. OPI ‘Jade is the New Black’ 4 of 6
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    If you have a medium complexion, greens with blue undertones are especially flattering. This sassy jade green really does the trick. 

     

    To Purchase: OPI 'Jade is the New Black', $8

  • 4. Essie ‘First Timer’ 5 of 6
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    So maybe you ARE a 'first timer' when it comes to wearing green polish. No worries, this one virtually flatters all skin tones. I'd especially recommend it for those with olive or warm undertones.

     

    To Purchase: Essie 'First Timer', $8

  • 5. Butter London ‘Fiver’ 6 of 6
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    Although pastel, this muted mint green is perfect for adding unexpected contrast to a warmer fall wardrobe. This color is suited for all complexions.

     

    To Purchase: Butter London 'Fiver', $15 

 

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