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Happy St. Patty’s Day!  While everyone’s wearing green today… why not talk about something to blend with your green attire?!  I’m talking about natural nails for Mani Monday!  Today’s i decided to pull out some of my barely there, natural shades of nail polish for some side by side comparisons and reviews.  Colors that you can wear with anything without worrying about clashing your nails to your outfit.  If you’re feeling like wearing a nude polish but can’t figure out which one?  Or just wanna switch up your french manicure base color, take a look below at a few alternatives from Zoya, Azature and OPI.


Azature Nude Diamond Polish

A pretty shade of pale pink.  Wearing 3 coats of this shade will create a beautiful opaque soft and subtle pink.  A great alternative to those who enjoy wearing ballet slippers by essie.  This shade can definitely be worn as a base for a french manicure.
Available online at HSN or


Taylor – Zoya

Taylor is a great natural nude shade recently released by Zoya in their Naturel Collection.  If you have fair skin and are looking for a neutral tan, try Tylor.  Available at Ulta Beauty, or


Don’t Pretzel My Buttons – OPI

Another great alternative …. a perfect nude shade of tan that will blend with anything.  I really like this shade because it doesn’t streak.  Very opaque after the first coat.  So if you’re looking for a solid natural nail polish this one’s great!  Very similar to Taylor from Zoya, just a tad lighter.


Bubble Bath – OPI

I tried Bubble Bath as my base coat for a french manicure and it looked great!  Very transparent with a subtle pink undertone.


Chantal – Zoya

Chantal is the lightest in the group from Zoya’s Naturel Collection.  A great opaque beige nail polish.  If you have fare skin this will probably blend right in.  I’m actually looking forward to wearing this during the summer when I have a tan.  Available at Ulta Beauty, or


There you have it.  5 shades of natural nail polish from pale pinks to sandy beige tones.  Stay tuned for more simple ways to decorate your naked nails!


(Photo Credits: Nails by Holly for The Trendy Nail)
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