Olive & June's Seven-Free Nail Polish in ECC is an updated take on a stark summer — or winter —white, with the same satisfying crispness, balanced by a coziness that makes it a perfect transitional shade leading into fall.
It's brighter than you might expect when you hear "brown polish," thanks to warm pink undertones, and looks elegant and classic against any skin tone. © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Green thumb or not, Essie's Nail Polish in Sweater Weather, a deep forest green, is a refreshing switch up from the browns, reds, and burnt oranges of the season.
There's a darker smokiness that makes Sally Hansen's Mega Strength Ultra Shine Nail Polish in Here to Stay both edgy and neutral at the same time.
The chameleon polish from Ashley Graham's Revlon Gel Envy collection bottles up all the best colors of fall in a long-wear formula that will last noticeably longer (and chip-free) as compared to traditional polish.
It's not exactly a hard-fast rule to change your polish with the season, but the fall invites change, and we joyfully accept.
Paintbox's Nail Polish in Like Blush is a richer, creamier take on a classic ballet pink and makes nails look equally as elegant.
New shade options include earthy forest green (like Essie's cozy Sweater Weather), a delightfully cheerful creamsicle orange from JinSoon, and an updated take on the deeper fall classics — blues, reds, and purples.
Revlon's Nail Polish in Corset Affair looks metallic-y copper in one light, a glittering amber in another, and iridescent gold if you catch the right angle.
The bold green polish is unexpected and admittedly fierce, with a spike with shimmery swirls that give it a festive touch — one which we'll be wearing well into the holiday season.
Here are the moody shades bound to be big this fall. https://t.co/bJxf31vD2Z— Allure (@Allure_magazine) August 19, 2020