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Winter Nail Inspo 

The opinions expressed in this article are the writer’s own and do not reflect the views of Her Campus.
This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at TAMU chapter.

December is finally here and what better way to celebrate the season than painting your nails a festive color? So without further ado, here are some colors to paint your nails this December.

  1. Red

A deep, dark shade of red always reminds me of elegant winter dinners. Some optimal shades of red are wine, merlot, sangria, and mahogany. Theses shades are absolutely beautiful and give the pop of color this season desperately needs. Bonus points if you’re able to match the nail color to your lip stick shade.

  1. Violet

A shade of violet can go a long way. Mauve, eggplant, plum, raisin, and mulberry are all glorious shades that I implore you to try. In my opinion, these shades are the perfect mix of bold femininity.

  1. Green

Nothing screams Christmas quite like a Christmas tree. So, paint the nails to match. Some vibrant shades are emerald, castleton, pine, and basil.

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  1. Yellow

All the previous colors were edging on the dark side, so if you feel like standing out, go far a brilliant gold. A gold like the color of the holiday lights currently decorating peoples’ homes. Or go for an eggnog, fawn, shortbread, or sandcastle.

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