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Are you ready for this year Christmas?

Christmas is right around the corner it’s time to turn up the glitz and glam by giving your nails the VIP treatment, no matter how you plan on celebrating this year. Painting your nails a festive colour is one of the easiest ways to spruce up your beauty look, and one of the most cost-efficient considering how many manicures you can get with just one bottle of nail polish.

Christmas is all about classic reds and greens, and if you go beyond the obvious duo the is a party of metallics, glitters, and elegant winter tones like navy blue and royal purple. 

Below are some top 6 nail colours shades for this year Christmas. Wear them alone or pair it with any other winter shades to make you look chic and stylish.

  1. ILNP in Cherry Luxe

If you’re ready to graduate from metallics to glitter, this sparkly red polish will do the trick!  Apply two coats for the best effect. 

This is on top for this year Christmas.

2. Sally Hansen in Spice Age

Another favourite shade for Christmas. This lacquer dried fast, chipped less, and lasted longer than regular nail polish, and the deep, almost brown-reddish colour is perfect for the holidays with its shimmery finish. 

3. O.P.I in The First Lady of Nails

Its average dry time was almost a minute and a half faster than the next runner up, and our nail technician gave OPI a perfect 5 for coverage. Plus, this pine-inspired tone will match perfectly with your Christmas tree. 

4. Nailtopia in Shooting Stars

Have a starry night sky at your fingertips with just one coat of this glittery dark blue polish. The result is nothing short of magical and whimsical. 

5. Zoya in Rashida

This red shade has a subtle, pearly finish that reminds us of mistletoe berries. It’s the perfect balance between naughty and nice. 

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