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The Best Non-Toxic Nail Polishes for Winter

One of the best times of the year to experiment with manicures is during the winter. Because most of us cannot show our toes, decking out our hands can be fun and add some extra interest to our wardrobe on a daily basis. Also, getting a smooth and sexy manicure is the perfect way to put the finishing touches on your holiday party look.

Whether you’re looking for the perfect shade for yourself or stocking stuffers for friends, make sure to go natural. Some of the worst kinds of beauty product toxins are found in nail polish, and you can really save yourself from major exposure to harmful ingredients if you opt for polish that is toxin-free. Look for polishes that are free of formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate.

These colors are great for this season and healthy, too!

Kendal by Zoya

Zoya Kendal

This is the perfect neutral for the season. It’s laid-back for day, sexy enough for night, and has a tone that feels fresh, rather than a repeat of the pinky beiges that were popular all summer. This shade will go great with any neutral, as well as the hot jewel tones coming out this season. Or pair with a grey snakeskin print and get compliments all day.

Holly by Zoya

Zoya Holly

Speaking of jewel tones, this sexy green shade from the new Gems and Jewels collection by Zoya is super modern and has that quality that just catches the eye. Pair it with a huge, soft knit in a brown or beige, or try it with a jewel tone print.

Red Ace Rose by Priti

Priti Red Ace Rose

You can never go wrong with a shade of red, and this dark, dusty version feels perfect this season. Wear it with anything! Just make sure not to try to match it with your shoes or bag…

Priti French Manicure Kit

Priti french manicure kit

Buy it for yourself or as a gift. These are the perfect French manicure shades and will go with absolutely anything. If you’re doing your own nails, try nixing the French manicure look and just using one of the cream shades as an all-over color with a shiny top coat. If you’re heading out to treat yourself to a manicure, bring this kit along and ask the manicurist to use it for your treatment.

This guest post is contributed by Angelita Williams.  She welcomes your comments at her email Id: angelita.williams7 @gmail.com.

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