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The Best Fall 2010 Nail Polish Colors

We have put together a list of the best Fall 2010 nail polish colors—each of Pantone’s top ten hues has been matched to a nail color that will see you through the fall/winter season in style.


The Best Fall 2010 Nail Polish Colors

Every season, to coincide with the beginning of New York Fashion Week, paint-matching expert Pantone releases its Fashion Color Report—a comprehensive guide to the top ten colors for women’s fashion, complete with designer sketches. Pantone’s Fashion Color Report Fall 2010 featured a surprisingly bright selection of colors and hues that, while still warm, were far removed from the muted, earthy colors that designers usually employ for fall. From sunny Golden Glow to rich Chocolate Truffle, from spicy Living Coral to tropical Lagoon, every color was bold and yet perfectly inviting. Once again, we have put together our own Fashion Color Report for your nails—each of Pantone’s top ten hues has been matched to a nail color that will see you through the fall/winter season in style. So, sit back and get painting!

Above, from left to right:

  • Pantone’s Endive, a crisp yellow-green hue, is matched with Rimmel London’s Lemon Drop ($5.06).
  • Pantone’s Golden Glow, a radiant yellow hue, is matched with NARS’ Cha Cha Cha ($16) (limited edition).
  • Pantone’s Living Coral, an inviting orange-pink hue, is matched with Paul & Joe’s Marrakesh ($14).
  • Pantone’s Lipstick Red, a deep red hue, is matched with Forever 21’s Classic Cherry Red ($2.80).
  • Pantone’s Purple Orchid, an exotic fuchsia hue, is matched with Models Own’s Purple Poppy ($8.43).

The Best Fall 2010 Nail Polish Colors

Above, from left to right:

  • Pantone’s Chocolate Truffle, a rich plum brown hue, is matched with Deborah Lippmann’s Dark Side Of The Moon ($16).
  • Pantone’s Lagoon, a tropical turquoise hue, is matched with Ciaté’s Ditch The Heels ($15.17).
  • Pantone’s Woodbine, a stunning green hue, is matched with OPI’s Green-Wich Village ($16.77).
  • Pantone’s Oyster Gray, a classic light gray hue, is matched with Deborah Lippmann’s Waking Up In Vegas ($16).
  • Pantone’s Rose Dust, a romantic beige hue, is matched with Butter London’s Tea With The Queen ($14).

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1 Comment

  1. Rayoom2008

    November 20, 2011 at 3:49 PM

    The colors are sooooo pretty i want them all!

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