On Trend : The Shades For Your February
February is the month of love, fashion week and seriously cold temperatures (unless you’re in California, like us). Whether you’re looking for love or looking to layer up, we’ve searched high and low to spotlight the shades that are trending. Read on for our full February nail color trend report, along with the shades to scoop up before you see them on everyone’s feed.
First and foremost, February is synonymous with the color of romance - red. We say, embrace it with the perfect red nail polish. You can never go wrong with a classic red, but this February, lean in towards a darker shade for a rich deep sophisticated look.
We heart (yes, pun intended) OPI by Popular Vote. This smooth, velvety red nail polish is the perfect pigment to make out a knock-out impression on date night.
It doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside - a pale pink nail polish is a great pick-me-up. This icy pastel is going to make cold climates and snowstorms the opposite of dreary and dreadful, instantly elevating your mood with this dreamy yet subtle shade.
Our favorite pink nail polish for February has got to be Bubble Bath. It’s the perfect pastel shade and the best activity for staying cozy this month.
Just because V-Day is on the 14th doesn’t mean that all of February should be adorned in reds and pinks. Seen on the runways at Giorgio Armani, Julien MacDonald, and Anna Sui, metallic nail polish is having a moment. However, for best results, make sure they’re high-shine and smooth.
Our favorite metallic shades for February are silver and gold hues. Shine bright like a diamond in Silver on Ice or channel precious metals when you wear Enter The Golden Era.
Timeless, natural, and sophisticated, you can't go wrong with a classic nude nail polish. The perfect base for nail art and embellishment, channel Marc Jacobs and Mary Katrantzou and contrast bold couture with a classic nude nail. It’s fashion month after all.
We’re into softer, more neutral tones for the winter months so you’ll catch us wearing Taupe-Less Beach, a soft neutral taupe that’s versatile enough for any occasion.