Hot nail trends for autumn

Autumn is all about bold, vibrant colours. Try these hot nail trends for autumn.

Go bright and bold this autumn

Bright Blues

Essie’s All The Wave ($16.95) nail polish is a gorgeous cobalt blue perfect for autumn.

For some glamour, also check out OPI’s Do you sea what I see ($19.95). This nail polish is a gorgeous ocean blue with some shimmer on for a bold and dramatic statement. To wear this look, keep your nails short and square.


Sunshine Yellows

OPI’S Exotic Birds Don’t Tweet ($22.95) is perfect for short nails; use a high gloss on top for a healthy look.

Shades of Pink

For a light, bubble-gum pink, why not try Sally Hansen’s Complete Salon Manicure in I Pink I Can ($14.95). This colour is the perfect shade for a soft, feminine look and will give your nails a healthy, sheer, shine look.

For a bolder colour, try Essie’s B’aha moment ($16.95). This is a vibrant shade of pink that will suit any skin tone. Pink hues will suit any nail shape and is perfect for both short or long nails.

Eye catching corals

Maroon and dark reds are often the popular choice for an autumn manicure but this season, why not try a gorgeous coral shade instead? Make your nails stand out with an eye catching, coral by wearing OPI’s Living on the Bula-Vard! ($22.95) This classic coral shade is playful, bold and sexy.

Bright Greens

Pantone by the Pantone Colour Institue has been announced as the colour of the year for 2017 and it’s not too late to include this colour into your everyday look. Executive director, Beatrice Wiseman has said that the colour has been chosen for it’s “refreshing and revitalizing shade” and for being “symbolic of new beginnings”. Wear the look with Sally Hansen’s colour therapy in Therapewter ($16.95). The dark green hue brings some unexpected charm during the colder months.

Marielle Punzal


Marielle is a lover of all things fashion and beauty, and is usually seen with a coffee in one hand and makeup swatches in the other.

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