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Answer: Make sure they complement each other, not compete. As soon as you have two outrageous colours, you lose the element of good taste. If you want to play it safe, texture block with similar colours and different finishes such as matte, pearl or shining metallic. For more pop, make sure one hue grabs more attention than the other.
Sand + Emerald
OPI Nail Lacquer in Tiramisu for Two, $11.50, shoppersdrugmart.ca. Revlon ColorStay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel in High Stakes, $8.50, revlon.ca.
Berry + Navy
CND Vinylux Weekly Polish in Rouge Rite, $12, cnd.com. La Couleur Couture Nail Colour in 1974, $13, shoppersdrugmart.ca.
Gold Sparkle + Gold
Joe Fresh Nail Polish in Gold Crystal, $6, joefresh.com. SpaRitual Nail Lacquer in Eye for Detail, $12, sparitual.com.
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This article was originally published in the October 2015 issue of Canadian Living magazine.
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