While the holidays will look a little different this year, there are still reasons to celebrate and get a little glam. So whether you’re celebrating over Zoom or with your quarantine bubble, put on your favourite holiday outfit, bring out the bubbly, and show off your most glittery, party-ready, and festive manicure of the year. Doesn’t matter if you’re feeling traditional, experimental, or understated with your holiday manicure—we’ve got you covered. Here are 11 nail polish colours to wear this holiday season.
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1. Nail Laquer in Absolute Glitz
Paint this confetti glitter polish on bare nails or on top of your favourite base colour for the ultimate holiday manicure. The chunky confetti is a little more sophisticated—and less intense—than a traditional glitter.
Winter blues aren’t always a bad thing. We love this deep, rich navy for a winter manicure that’s a little more subdued.
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3. Nail Lacquer in Alpine Snow
Winter white applies to your nails, too. This shade by OPI goes on crisp and bright and will match any holiday outfit.
4. Forbidden Fruit
Magenta and green combine in this metallic nail polish that looks like a gorgeous oil slick.
5. Living For Tan Lines
A glorious bronze nail is the perfect holiday colour for when you’re over the traditional red or green.
6. Nail Lacquer in Pearl Red
Basically a bottled version of the iconic Christmas ornament.
7. Miracle Gel in Sunken Treasure
Flecks of green and tinsel-y glitter add texture to this glimmering gold polish.
8. Nail Lacquer in A Little Lovely
This rosé champagne shade flatters every skin tone (and perfectly complements a glass of bubbly in Instagram snaps).
9. Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in 590 Verde Pastello
Mint is a fun, lightened-up twist on traditional green.
10. Rouge Louboutin Nail Colour
When nothing else will do but striking, can’t-miss, true red.
11. Nail Lacquer in Frostbite
Bold, bright, and perfect for more than just eight crazy nights.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.