Style & Beauty

This Is The Most-Pinned Nail Color Of The Season

You've got to get this pretty shade on your nails, stat!

It can be hard to part from your favorite summer nail polishes. Now that fall’s in the air, however, it’s probably time to retire those neon manicures. But, thankfully, there are some great colors trending this fall season. If you’re into the idea of a dusty rose shade, burgundy or burnt orange, then you’re going to love this season’s offerings of polishes.

According to Real Simple, however, there’s one polish in particular that the internet can’t get enough of. The publication points out that Essie’s Angora Cardi is the most pinned shade on Pinterest. It’s garnered over 400,000 pins, and for good reason.

 


This mauve color is absolutely gorgeous. And there’s definitely no going wrong with this color slicked across your nails all fall long.

A bottle of this lacquer will cost you $9 (you can get it on Amazon), but it’s completely worth it. The brand’s site describes this shade as a deep dusty rose that you’ll never want to take off. It’s going to pair well with all of your chunky knits this season. Because sweater weather calls for, well, wearing sweaters, but also sweater-inspired nail polish, of course!

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Essie Angora Cardi, $9, Amazon

The site suggests other colors you may like, too. There’s a range of rose colors, cool grays and light pinks to choose from, so if you are absolutely in love with the Angora Cardi shade, you may want to give those others a try, too. You can even create a design and wear all of the colors together. Oooh! How creative and trendy are you?!

Go on and get shopping! You’ve got an at-home manicure to create so you can enjoy the season’s hottest nail color while fall lasts, after all.

[h/t: Real Simple]

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