Autumn Nail Polish Picks.

A photo of scattered acorns and Rimmel 60-seconds Polishes in Piccasilly Line, District-ly Come Dancing, Mind the Gap Victoria,  and Caramel cupcake

When I decided I wanted to write this post, I sat and had a rummage through my polishes only to find all of my fall time picks were from the Rimmel 60 Seconds range.  I don’t know how my addiction to these polishes has gotten so serious, but trust me, it has.  Regardless, I figured it would be the time to tell you about what I’m fancying on my nails this season because I’ve been changing up my polish a ton.

Now, before we get into it, the other day I reviewed OPI’s polish in Thanks a WindMillion and said it was my favorite fall neutral.  This is still incredibly true, but I don’t actually have that polish with me and I haven’t been wearing it as much as I would like to.  If I had it on hand, know that I would be wearing it erryday.

Swatches on a nail wheel of , District-ly Come Dancing with some scattered acorns

The Rimmel 60 Seconds formula is one of my absolute favorites.  I love the opaque color, the wide/curved brush, and the lasting power of these polishes.  The price isn’t bad either.

I am currently sporting District-ly Come Dancing on my digits and couldn’t be happier about it.  I love a good dark green for fall/winter, but it doesn’t quite feel like fall in Florida right now so a deep teal seems like the right alternative.  I find I like to wear Piccasilly Line when I’m going for more matchy matchy looks between my makeup and polish since I like to wear a pinky berry on the lips this time of year.  Mind the Gap, Victoria was a summer favorite and it’s following into fall as well.  I don’t know what it is, but I’ve been seeing pastel nails on everyone and I think I’m into it for Autumn.  I feel like you can’t do fall nails without a nude and Caramel Cupcake has to be my favorite.  I thought it would be an unflattering color, but turns out it’s the perfect blend of nude and blush.

I have gotten into switching up my nail polish every week, which is so unlike me.  I love that every time I change my polish I feel very fresh and put together.  I feel like I want to try some new long-lasting formulas, but I don’t even know where to start.  If you have any recommendations, let me know so I can amp up my nail game too!

We shall talk soon.

-Tara Joy

31 thoughts on “Autumn Nail Polish Picks.

  1. victoriaellensite

    I agree with this post so much and it was written straight to the point! I always reach for these nail polishes as they have lovely colours, which are opaque and the wide brush size makes it easier to use! x

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