What Your Nail Color During the Holidays Says About You
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What Your Nail Color During the Holidays Says About You

Last year we were talking reindeer boobs, this year we're talking nails.

What Your Nail Color During the Holidays Says About You

It's that time of year again! Whether you think it's the most wonderful or not, there's no arguing that the holidays are a time to let your inner fashionista free and participate in all things holly and jolly. Last year we were talking reindeer boobs, this year we're talking nails. There's always something new to make bright red and green.


Traditional but a little saucy, that's exactly what you are. Red lipstick isn't too far down in your makeup bag because you are all about making statements.


Red and green go hand in hand, but green's just that much edgier than a traditional red. That's you all the way. Edgy and unafraid to be different.


You're a gentle soul who's all about participating, but you don't have to be the center of attention to be happy. Rock on.


FUN! Need I say more? You like more, more, more, and you're not afraid to be a little flashy.

Accent nails

Red nails are one thing, but red nails with a little gold thrown in the mix? You're a little indecisive, but only because you care about so many things! Keep up the passion, firecracker.

String light nails

Nothing's more fashionable than these colorful and sleek decorations. You're just as trendy and chic as these tips.

Santa Claus nails

Ho ho ho! You're classic, just like the old man in red. While you like to have fun, you're also pretty grounded and like to keep traditions alive.

Reindeer nails

What's more fun than a couple of red-nosed little guys decorating your hands? You like to be goofy and you're not afraid to show it.

Snowflake nails

Simple and classy, just like you. You want to be festive, but not TOO festive. Balance is key to someone who goes for these tips.

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