Colors for the Season
your toes are likely to be covered up with warm socks and fashionable boots in
the weeks and months to come, that shouldn’t be an excuse for skipping your
regular pedicures. Not only can lacquered toes serve as you fashionable little
secret while concealed beneath cool-weather layers, a pedicure does more than
just keep your toenails looking in top shape; they can keep your skin baby soft
and callous-free and healthy.
Embrace the season with themed pedicures featuring
luscious seasonal scents and new, season-inspired colors. These new fall colors
grow a bit darker than the punchy shades of summer, and that I-could-never-get-away-with-it
hue is all the rage.
such shockingly stylish shade is Nubar’s unconventional Orange Crush. But if you aren’t quite ready to have your toes scream
trick or treat, the dare-to-be-different Corral Veil has less shock value
and a bit more curb appeal ($6.99 each at bynubar.com).
make-a-statement shade comes from Revlon. Their newest color
collection features a unique hue called Hot for Chocolate ($4.99 at drugstore.com).
This nearly black, but not quite there, shade of deep brown is the perfect polish
if dark is your desire, but you can’t quite commit to a harsh black shade.
if your fall statement is a bit less bold and bit more fun and flirty, opt for
a seasonal must have, OPI’s DS Classic shade from their
fall collection “Design Series.” This coppery tone is just festive
enough to conjure thoughts of falling leaves and apple pie, but is versatile (and
shimmery) enough to accent your favorite cords and sweater combo. Find locations
and prices at opi.com/locator.
if you are really playing it safe with a classic color, you can’t go wrong
with red. But, try a bit of a new approach with essie’s
new Tomboy No More, a deep burgundy lacquer that’ll lend a bit
of class to your pedicure ($8 at essieshop.com).
any of these new colors to your favorite nail spot to add a little personal flair
to your favorite pedicure.