Nude nails that you'll swoon over - for all skin tones!

poppyprincesspoppyprincess
Aug. 5
Before you swipe left, let's get one thing straight. Nude nails do not equal boring!
We adore the way that one shade looks completely different against different skin.

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Nude shades complement any outfit, and can be chic, elegant and understated or quirky and bold. 
Let's have a look at the range of nude nails that are out there waiting for you to try. I can guarantee that there will be at least one look here that you'll go crazy over!
Plain nudes
Not all plain nudes are the same - from barely there translucent shades…

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to more opaque neutrals…

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to striking mattes... 

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and pastel tones…

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There's a style to suit every mood and evey look.
Plain nude shades that match your natural skin tone can also create the illusion of longer nails - and elongated fingers. But we also love the look of polish that's either a shade darker or a shade lighter than your natural skin color.

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Add some sparkle

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Add a wonderful sprinkling of stardust to your mani -  from polishes with added shimmer, to accent nails, glitter tips and ombres, they can really complete your look.

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A new take on an old favorite
A French mani is a nude nail classic -  timeless and really put together.

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A French mani doesn't have to be pink and white. Check out these gorgeous neutral tones:

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And how about these minimal black tips?

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LOVE LOVE LOVE this look!

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For a summery look, why not try these colored tips?

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Nail art
Neutral nails really lend themselves to cute nail art. Here are a few of our favorites.
This two tone design makes an elegant statement.

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How about nail art...inspired by actual art!

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These white stars are a beautiful contrast against a neutral background:

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This floral design is so subtle - we love it!

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These simple metallic highlights look just amazing.

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We love this animal print look!

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These tiny designs are modern and retro at the same time.

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Textured looks 
How about these quirky textured designs? 
...to raindrops, these looks will certainly turn heads.

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And for a cozy winter look, how about these knitted sweater effect nails?

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Graduated colors

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Can't decide between all those gorgeous nude shades? Why not mix it up?

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You'll never say neutral is boring again!

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