Wear it: It’s truly uncoventional. The first trial should be on the toes to see if you like it. If yes, then apply it on your fingernails. Pair it with a neutral, earth-toned outfit. Don’t: Wear green with clothes in red or green. Who can wear it? Students, teenagers. Skin
Wear it: On well-manicured hands. Goes well with any colour in the wardrobe. Don’t: Let the polish chip and look untidy. Don’t wear it with all black clothing and heavy black eye makeup, either. Who should wear it? Fashionistas. Skin tone: All skin tones. Nail shape: Short,
Wear it: As a fun way to jazz up an outfit. White clothes will pair well. Don’t: Have yellow polish on toes, pink on fingers and wear blue eyeshadow. Who can wear it? Students. Skin tone: Very fair-skinned and those with peach skin tone. Nail shape: Short. Age group: Young
Wear it: Team purple and black together, they make a great combination. Try using purple for cocktail tips – instead of white at the nail tips replace it with purple. Don’t: Wear it if your nails are too short. Who should wear it? Most women can wear it but it depends on
Wear it: Show a little of this colour when wearing peep-toe shoes. Or try something new by wearing a similar shade on every second nail. Keep the rest neutral. Don’t: Don’t wear this colour with too many other colours in your wardrobe – it will be too overpowering. Who
Wear it: After taking expert advice to choose the right red for your skin tone. Always match your lipstick to your red polish. Don’t: Mix different shades of red on your toes, fingers and lipstick. Never leave the toe nails unpolished when wearing red on the fingers. Who can
Wear it: To add a feminine touch to your image. Wear a deep pink on your toes and a lighter pink on the fingers. Don’t: Wear all pink (clothes), even if it is your favourite colour. Don’t clash it with any other shocking colours like orange or yellow. Who should wear it?
Wear it: Against another bold colour. You can also wear blue as a base coat when creating nail art. Don’t: Wear it in the workplace if there is a dress code Who can wear it? School and college going students Skin tone: Tanned Nail shape: Fingertip length, square or oval shape Age