Winter is typically when ladies switch their neon pinks, oranges and fiery red nail polishes for darker shades.

You’ve probably noticed that when your nails are bare, there’s a light, moon-like shape on the upper portion of your nails, right underneath the cuticle.

Although your feet will most likely be living in closed-toe shoes this winter, there may be a few occasions during which your feet will be on display.

The phrase “mustache nails” seems pretty weird, right?

If you’ve been keeping up-to-date on the fashion and beauty world lately, you’ve probably heard the word “ombre” about a million times.

Funky nails are everywhere lately, so if you’re looking to spruce up your manicure this Halloween season, why not go with a candy corn-inspired polish job?

Not everyone was born with a steady hand, which means the nail art trend is practically impossible for those who simply can’t manage to make neat designs.

For whatever reason, celebrities have been donning a couple of really strange nail shapes that make their manicures look more costume-y than real-world compatible.

Fall is when lots of ladies start wearing vampy colors on their nails, like dark crimson, black and navy blue.

If you didn’t already know, “ombré” is a French word meaning shaded.

A darker nail color isn’t for everyone, but if you’ve been thinking of trying out this hot new trend, there’s a new way to do it that will ease you in.

Not everyone is okay with painting their nails dark colors like burgundy, black and purple.