The Best Nail Polish Colors for Fall

The Best Fall Nail Polish Colors

The Best Fall Nail Polish ColorsThe Best Fall Nail Polish ColorsThe Best Fall Nail Polish Colors

My Picks for the Best Nail Polish Colors for Fall

Fall is almost here and you can feel the change in the air! This means it’s time for fall nail polish colors! Fall means darker, more intense shades. My absolute favorite brand of nail polish and other nail products is Julep. You can read my post about why I love this brand so much Here. Julep also has skin care and other beauty products too.

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The Best Nail Polish Colors for Fall

 

My favorite fall color selections from left to right, top to bottom:

Beatrix – Coal Black with Multidimensional Glitter

Casey – Galapagos Teal Crème

Shailene – Bewitched Purple with Gold Flecks

Darby – Huntsman Green Micro Glitter Shimmer

Jess – Tawny Port Crème

Keiko – Charred Olive Shimmer

Maryam – Dark Merlot Shimmer

Michaela – Blackcurrant Microglitter Shimmer

Colton – Black Iris Crème

 

I really like to add a little shimmer or glitter to my nail colors this time of year, but a deep, rich creme is always a favorite fall choice too.

Here’s a great, different kind of nail art idea for fall!

Two tone tips

And here’s a special for a free box when you sign up for a 3-month subscription!

Julep Beauty Box Subscription

 

What are some of your favorite nail polish shades for fall?

Makeup Colors for Winters

Makeup Colors for Winters

The right makeup colors are just as important as the right clothing colors.

Just like fads in fashion, there are fads in makeup. I like to be aware of colors that I know look good on me and those that I know don’t so that even if something is all the rage, I can choose a shade that won’t make me look like I’m sick. To me, wearing colors that make the most of my natural coloring is the most important thing about wearing makeup. Because if your makeup doesn’t make you look great, then what’s the point of wearing it? I personally think that all women look better with some color, even if it’s just some mascara and lipgloss.

The colors shown below are meant to give you some color inspiration and are by no means the only colors you should ever wear. These are just some of the colors that will look good on you. And please be aware that some of them are meant to be metallic or pearly, but it’s hard to capture that with flat colors so all of the shades shown will have some variation in real life.

If you’re not sure about your personal coloring, you can find out more here.

 

Winter coloring is cool and vibrant.

Not all Winters are alike. Winters may be Deep, Cool, or Clear.

You can find out more about the different Winter types here.

As a Winter, you will want to keep your makeup colors cool with ash tones. 

 

Deep Winter

Special tip for Deep Winters: You should balance your look with a bold lipcolor. If you prefer to wear a softer color, make sure that your eyemakeup is strong.

Deep Winter Makeup Colors

 

Cool Winter

Special tip for Cool Winters: Keep your makeup shades on the rosier side.

Cool Winter Makeup Colors

 

Clear Winter

Special tip for Clear Winters: Balance the contrast of your natural coloring with deeper or brighter makeup colors.

Clear Winter Makeup Colors

 

You can find the Spring colors here, Summer colors here, and Autumn colors here.

Also, I’m thinking about putting together looks with actual products for each season but I know that would take a lot of time and effort so let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in. Thanks!

~Sarena

Makeup Colors for Autumns

Makeup Colors for Autumns

The right makeup colors are just as important as the right clothing colors.

Just like fads in fashion, there are fads in makeup. I like to be aware of colors that I know look good on me and those that I know don’t so that even if something is all the rage, I can choose a shade that won’t make me look like I’m sick. To me, wearing colors that make the most of my natural coloring is the most important thing about wearing makeup. Because if your makeup doesn’t make you look great, then what’s the point of wearing it? I personally think that all women look better with some color, even if it’s just some mascara and lipgloss.

The colors shown below are meant to give you some color inspiration and are by no means the only colors you should ever wear. These are just some of the colors that will look good on you. And please be aware that some of them are meant to be metallic or pearly, but it’s hard to capture that with flat colors so all of the shades shown will have some variation in real life.

If you’re not sure about your personal coloring, you can find out more here.

 

Autumn coloring is warm and rich.

Not all Autumns are alike. Autumns may be Warm, Deep, or Soft.

You can find out more about the different Autumn types here.

As an Autumn, you will want to keep your makeup colors warm with yellow/brown or peachy undertones. Your brown shades should be deep and golden. If you have brown eyes, avoid red-brown eyeshadows because they could make you look like you’ve been crying.

Soft Autumn

Special tip for Soft Autumns: Always wear some lipstick or lipgloss to give you some definition. 

Soft Autumn Makeup Colors

 

Warm Autumn

Special tip for Warm Autumns: Your best makeup colors are what you envision seeing on a fall day when all the leaves are changing colors.

Warm Autumn Makeup Colors

 

Deep Autumn

Special tip for Deep Autumns: Balance your rich coloring with a rich lip color. If you prefer to wear a softer color, be sure to balance your look with strong eyemakeup.

Deep Autumn Makeup Colors

 

You can find the Spring colors here and Summer colors here. Winter colors are coming soon!

Also, I’m thinking about putting together looks with actual products for each season but I know that would take a lot of time and effort so let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in. Thanks!

~Sarena

Makeup Colors for Summers

Makeup Colors for Summers

The right makeup colors are just as important as the right clothing colors.

Just like fads in fashion, there are fads in makeup. I like to be aware of colors that I know look good on me and those that I know don’t so that even if something is all the rage, I can choose a shade that won’t make me look like I’m sick. To me, wearing colors that make the most of my natural coloring is the most important thing about wearing makeup. Because if your makeup doesn’t make you look great, then what’s the point of wearing it? I personally think that all women look better with some color, even if it’s just some mascara and lipgloss.

The colors shown below are meant to give you some color inspiration and are by no means the only colors you should ever wear. These are just some of the colors that will look good on you. And please be aware that some of them are meant to be metallic or pearly, but it’s hard to capture that with flat colors so all of the shades shown will have some variation in real life.

If you’re not sure about your personal coloring, you can find out more here.

 

Summer coloring is cool and delicate.

Not all Summers are alike. Summers may be Light, Cool, or Soft.

You can find out more about the different Summer types here.

As a Summer, you will want to keep your makeup colors cool with pink or blue undertones. Avoid dramatic eye makeup and yellow greens.

Light Summer

Special tips for Light Summers: Don’t overpower your delicate complexion with dark shades of eyeshadow or lipsticks. Keep cheek color pale and cool.

Light Summer Makeup Colors

 

Cool Summer

Special tip for Cool Summers: Keep lip liner shades soft. A soft rose or soft pink are both good choices.

Cool Summer Makeup Colors

 

Soft Summer

Special tips for Soft Summers: Avoid using color combinations that are too contrasting. Keep lip liners light and neutral so they don’t deepen your lipstick color. Avoid dark, muted brown lip colors.

Soft Summer Makeup Colors

 

You can find the Spring colors here. Autumn and Winter colors are coming soon!

Also, I’m thinking about putting together looks with actual products for each season but I know that would take a lot of time and effort so let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in. Thanks!

~Sarena

Makeup Colors for Springs

Makeup Colors for Springs

The right makeup colors are just as important as the right clothing colors.

Just like fads in fashion, there are fads in makeup. I like to be aware of colors that I know look good on me and those that I know don’t so that even if something is all the rage, I can choose a shade that won’t make me look like I’m sick. To me, wearing colors that make the most of my natural coloring is the most important thing about wearing makeup. Because if your makeup doesn’t make you look great, then what’s the point of wearing it? I personally think that all women look better with some color, even if it’s just some mascara and lipgloss.

The colors shown below are meant to give you some color inspiration and are by no means the only colors you should ever wear. These are just some of the colors that will look good on you. And please be aware that some of them are meant to be metallic or pearly, but it’s hard to capture that with flat colors so all of the shades shown will have some variation in real life.

If you’re not sure about your personal coloring, you can find out more here.

 

Spring coloring is warm and fresh.

Not all Springs are alike. Springs may be Light, Warm, or Clear.

You can find out more about the different Spring types here.

As a Spring, you will want to keep your makeup colors warm with yellow or peachy undertones. Your brown shades should be soft and golden. Smoky aquas and teals are better eyeshadows for you than bright ones.

 

Clear Spring

Special tip for Clear Springs: Emphasize either your eyes or your lips, but not both at once.

Clear Spring Makeup Colors

 

Warm Spring

Special tip for Warm Springs: Keep your look warm and clear, avoiding dark colors on your eyes.

Warm Spring Makeup Colors

 

Light Spring

Special tip for Light Springs: Keep lip liners light and neutral so they don’t deepen your lipstick color. Avoid dark, muted brown lip colors.

Light Spring Makeup Colors

 

Summer, Autumn, and Winter colors are coming soon!

Also, I’m thinking about putting together looks with actual products for each season but I know that would take a lot of time and effort so let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in. Thanks!

~Sarena