Transition Your Nail Color From Fall To Winter

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Transition Your Nail Color From Fall To Winter

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Not sure how to transition your nail color into the fall and winter seasons? Not ready to give up those bold summer shades? Celebrity manicurist, Skyy Hadley offers her insider product recommendations from Sally Hansen classic neutrals to hot cocoa-inspired hues, for the ultimate cold to cool weather manicures.

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The Buzz

First up on Skyy’s list of four Sally Sally Hansen nail shades to bring in the fall and winter seasons is a cozy neutral, classic shade like Sally Hansen Color Therapy in Re-Nude ($7.99, ulta.com). It’s a warm-toned neutral that is chic and minimalistic, and compliments anything you’re wearing. Switch things up, and opt for a matte finish instead of your glossy go-to.

If a gold touch is more your steeze, Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Gilty Party ($4.69, target.com) is a perfect choice because you’re always sure to dazzle – whether you use it to accent nail or to complete a show-stopping metallic manicure. It compliments all holiday color palettes effortlessly, making it versatile enough to bounce from season to season.

Cranberry is a fun and festive twist on a classic red manicure, so try Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Berry Fancy ($7.99, ulta.com) The gorgeous color will add a touch of glamour to your look, and serve as a subtle compliment to all of the seasonal décor.

And nothing says holiday bliss more than a true shade of green like Complete Salon Manicure in Mallratz. ($10.29, target.com) It’s somewhere in-between a medium-toned moss, and a deep forest green, this hunter green shade is an eye-catching color suited for fall, winter, and beyond.

Why You’ll Love It

You’ll love these Sally Hansen nail shades designed with nothing but the best in nail care formulations because they work on all skin tones, and they’re just plain pretty. I personally love a deep nail color, but maybe I’ll change things up this season with a nude (if only for a week).

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