butter LONDON All Hail The Queen
Originally called All Hail McQueen, in honor of Alexander McQueen, this beige polish changed its name but not its gorgeous, glittery, super holographic formula. It sparkles in the dark or the light, it glistens beautifully, and it certainly puts to shame the idea that nude is boring.
$14 at butterlondon.com
Deborah Lippmann Fashion
If creamy perfection exists in a bottle, this nail polish is it. Two coats render the perfect nude that's somehow demure but sexy, understated but completely chic. And, yes, totally fashionable.
$16 at deborahlippmann.com
OPI Tickle My France-Y
This nail polish originally appeared in one of our favorite collections of all time: OPI's France Collection from 2008. And it's definitely stood the test of time, thanks to its beige meets mauve hue that changes in different lights and always, ALWAYS guarantees compliments.
$8 at drugstore.com
We're loving both girls' takes on the trend. Bonnie's is a bit more polished, and has a girly feel since it's tied off with a black bow. Jordin's is a bit messier and mussed up, with tendrils coming out on one side, which is perfect after a day at the beach.
Creating this style is simple--just create a side part, bring all your hair to one side and braid! You don't even need to French braid, which makes this super easy. Finish with an elastic and voila! Super chic hair in seconds.
Now, this collection isn't new--it actually launched back in Fall 2010. But the whole collection is filled with polishes that sparkle and shine, thanks to multi-dimensional flashes of color. This is thanks to Mineral FX technology, which includes specialty mica, and both crystals and glass particles.
Galaxy Girl is one of our favorites from the collection. It's part purple, part rust, part chocolate brown and liberally filled with teal sparkle and shimmer.
And, really, doesn't the name just make you want to be Judy Jetson?
Orly Galaxy Girl nail polish retails for $10 at beauty.com.