Not only do I have more nail polishes than anyone really needs, but I’m also guilty of buying colors based off their names. Wouldn’t you love to be the person who decides on nail polish names? Sign me up for that job!
Here are six winter colors that are pretty and also have cool names!
St.Petersburgundy by OPI – A beautiful deep, dark, winter red. Two coats makes for an even bolder and more dramatic look.
Plumberry by Essie – A bold and versatile watermelon-red shade that can easily be worn all four seasons. It has a playful brightness without feeling too much like a summer color.
Through the Grapevine by Wet N Wild – A nice plumy purple with warm red undertones. A great choice for a girl who doesn’t love overly dark colors and wants something seasonal that isn’t red.
Wined Up by Sally Hansen – It’s a stunning bold and daring burgundy color that catches the light well. This formula also dries within minutes!
Mochacino by Essie – This color is hard to explain. It has hints of brown, gray, and quite a bit of sparkle. It’s a deep winter neutral and great alternative to the classic reds of the season.
Color to Diner For by OPI – A true Christmas red color with pretty sparkles that remind me of tensile. It’s easily my favorite color of the season.