Sometimes making a quiet statement is the best statement of all. Such is the case with nude/neutral nail polish. It doesn't command attention or spark conversations, but that doesn't mean that it isn't just as fabulous as other nail colors. One of the benefits of wearing nude polish is that it effortlessly compliments complexions, especially those in a golden caramel tone. Check out the best variations of nude/neutral polish for your sun-kissed complexion.
At first you might think that sporting a caramel brown shade of nail polish against your caramel complexion would be redundant, but you would be wrong. Actually, the opposite is true. Wearing a nail polish color that so closely resembles your natural complexion brings out its yellow undertones and golden elements. You also don't have to worry about it clashing or overpowering you because it blends in so perfectly. Quick tip: For an all-over sun-kissed glow, wear bronzer on your face and your favorite shade of nude lipstick.
A sandy brown nail polish shade is just a few shades lighter than your caramel complexion, but the consistency and vibrancy of the color is different. Sandy brown polish is usually in a matte form, giving it a thicker base and a better chance of contrasting against your golden skin tone. While it won't blend in as naturally as the caramel brown shade, it still looks fabulous against your skin because of the contrast.
This nail color is darker than your caramel skin tone, but still has enough of a nude hue to be considered within the neutral family. Think of deep beige as regular beige, but with a nice, golden tan. Due to its darker tone, there is a nice element of contrast when it's applied to your hands. This gives the color more of a chance to stand out against your complexion and with corresponding clothing colors.
The darkest of all, a cinnamon brown nail polish is a more intense, glammed-up way to rock the nude/neutral nail polish trend. Since neutrals run the gamut from extremely light to those that have a deeper color saturation, you will often find many shades that are a darker brown, but still light enough to be considered nude/neutral. What makes this shade so striking is the combination of browns layered together. Your caramel brown skin tone against the medium brown of the cinnamon polish is absolutely gorgeous and complimentary.