Summer Nail Colours To Take In To Autumn

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It’s not that I’m wishing summer away, but I feel that it’s time for a bit of autumn content since the weather is changing super quickly and my favourite time of the year is soon upon us. As much as I love everything autumn, when it comes to nail colours, I am a light, pastel girl through and through, so it’s only right that I continue to embrace lighter nail colours when the seasons start to switch.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the past 6 months has been a challenge for us all, everything ‘at home’ was a thing, and we all became pro bakers, coffee makers, beauticians and nail techs. One thing I did love the most was painting my own gel nails and even though it doesn’t replace getting a full-on manicure in a salon, for a quick job, home gel kits were a godsend.

I tried quite a few different summer colours during the lockdown period coming from different brands and one of the brands that stood out to me, was Bluesky. Bluesky was relatively easy to get hold of during lockdown thanks to several retailers that stocked them. Mine came mostly from Diva World and a few from eBay. The consistency and texture of the polishes were pretty impressive in my opinion, they are super pigmented and easy to apply. All the colours also lasted a good two weeks with no chips or lifting whatsoever. As much as the colours I received were all summery, light, pastel shades, they will definitely see me through in to autumn, especially the bright pink and blue.

I will still continue to use my dark reds and browns on occasions for fall, but for me, summer nail colours look good all year round and I will be using these Bluesky polishes for sure.

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What nail colours will you be wearing this autumn?


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