What Nail Color Goes With Everything? 6 Staples
In a world with neverending difficult choices, your nail color shouldn’t be one of them. ohora is here with all the colors you need that go with practically anything.
A Rainbow of Choices
> Color is one of the many things that says a lot about you without having to say a word:
> Red elicits a sense of passion and class while being courageous and willful.
> White calls out to us as innocent and pure while being illuminating and honest.
> Black paints a picture of timelessness and elegance with a hint of mystery.
> Grey breathes an air of nostalgia and melancholy.
> Purple screams royalty or sophistication with just a glance.
> Blue carries shades from deep thought to something childlike and wistful.
> Pink is gentle and loving and soft, all at once.
You can convey an entire range of emotions within an individual outfit, painting, picture, or story with just the use of vivid colors.
The colors we wear — if used right — can say everything we feel without really needing to try. That’s why we think getting the right shade of these colors to match almost anything you wear is simply vital.
We’ve compiled the perfect list of shades and styles, so you don’t have to search any further for the best options — no matter the trend or fit. Keep reading if you’ve been wondering what color to go with next as an eternally color-shifting fashionista.
Red Is one of the most dynamic, rich colors, in meaning and in use. Red represents a range of things — love, passion, romance, intensity, desire, sensitivity, and joy, just to name a few. It can also have darker meanings like anger, wrath, malice, power, vengeance, assertiveness, daring, danger, and vigor. When it comes to power, red can represent courage, energy, self-preservation, willpower, and determination.
To wear red is to wear something classic and universal; an emotion relatable to anyone, anywhere, at any time. It truly is a color to remember, and an excellent one to go with for a universal look as well. The shade of red you choose can change what exactly to wear it with.
However, when it comes to a classic, deep red, we recommend complimenting with a creamy-white, sand, or grey color. Mint green or cyan are fun choices if you’re looking for a pop of contrast, too.
There is a gaggle of semi-cured designs that work wonderfully with the red hue we all know and love. One design we love the most is a classic heart french tip our N To You. Hearts are one of the few nail arts that you mix and match all year despite their popularity around Valentine’s Day.
Another raving red option is N Rose Syrup. It’s a mix of classic reds and soft pinks that make for a great accent to any trendy fit.
On the topic of browns, mocha is a color that flips the script from what many see as drab, dull, or old-fashioned. This shade of brown is universally warm and cozy, the shade of an inviting cup of coffee, the fur of your childhood pet, or the depth of your loved one’s eyes.
It’s the flavor of the best kind of sweet, the color of the changing leaves, and the hue mixed into the lining of an evening sunset. We think brown is a more ranged color than people give it credit for, and it makes for one of the best nail colors out there. For mocha brown, complement it with army greens or blacks, or tag-team it with a light blue shade to make for a most excellent look.
Some of our favorite mocha gel designs come in the form of N Roasting. This soft sweeping of solids in the warm tones of mocha coffee pairs incredibly with anything you might find yourself wearing in any season on any day. And it goes great with a cup of joe, too.
Another great option is N Brown Sugar. This is another beautiful basic accented with gold foil and solid black marbled with the mocha. It makes for a deep and rich gel nail set that will have you feeling all sorts of classy with every outfit.
Put on your little black dress or a suit and tie, and hit the town. We’ve got the perfect pairing for it. Black is another one of those inescapable colors. Even if you find yourself wearing every color on the rainbow except black, it will find you eventually.
Black is timeless. It’s elegant, prestigious, mysterious, and everything in between. It is the absence of color, yet a color all the same. It can carry with it the weight of heavy things like sadness, grief, or loss. But the beautiful thing about black is that it can carry with it the very opposite meanings, too.
It can bring about deep and exciting thoughts, new beginnings, and power. But while you can wear almost anything with black, we’d emphasize colors like dusty rose, a deep drown, and of course, white, if you want to work the runway of life sporting black. It’s a dynamic color for a dynamic individual like yourself, and that’s why we love it so much.
Go with N Sillohuette if you want the perfect mix of solid black and a bright, sophisticated accent. It’s both mysterious and alluring and will give the right oomph to all your outfits.
Or if you want to keep it subtle and go for a universal pedicure instead, try out P Checkmate. This trendy pairing of black and white basics and dainty designs sends a cool message through the colors you wear along with it.
White is the epitome of innocence and purity. It’s a color that evokes the feeling of new beginnings, cleanliness, softness, and goodness. It’s often associated with light, freshness, understanding, illumination, or even perfection.
Culturally, white is often used in bridal dresses for the traditional idea of “purity” that white embodies. In reality, white is one of the best (if not the best) colors to match any outfit.
Some fun colors to try white this season are a muted olive green or mustard yellow. Pair a sharper color for a brighter pop or a dramatic flare could work in your favor quite well.
In the nail world, this color is often seen in a classic French manicure. To update this look, we’d like to offer our own spin with N Queen. Using slightly thicker stark-white tips, this bright white French style makes a statement with its accented regal rhinestone on each thumb.
For those wanting a simple, clean pedicure, try P Basic Pedicure no. 3. It’s everything you want white to be. Turn it into a bold statement with strong solid colors like black, deep blue, and vibrant, forest green.
Any shade of nude, beige, or blush pink is going to be a win for you in the outfit department. All of the muted tones in this range make for a subtle accent to any outfit choice without overpowering or undermining the clothing itself making it the perfect option for something like your nails.
Pink elicits a feeling of kindness, femininity, and love. It’s a gentle and careful color, inclined towards softness and inclusivity. On the color spectrum, this color is analogous to red or red-orange, making those a great complement when wanting to create a strong color palette. Browns and greys also work well with this color.
One of our favorite sets in this shade is N Milk Rose, a pink ombre gel set that serves up all the soft vibes. We also love N Almond Blossom with its gold accents, paintbrush stroke detailing, and muted pink gel base.
Life in Color
With all these options at your disposal, why just stop at one color? Why just stop at one set? You can mix and match to your heart's content. Try a multitude of color combinations for whatever the occasion requires or combine some new, funky colors with your universal nails and see what happens.
White with olive, camel with black, red with fuschia, who knows? And for the month of June only, ohora is offering you a can’t-miss deal. When you buy 3 of our pedicure sets, the 4th one is completely free. It’s our gift to you for the best vacation vibes.
This deal is the perfect reason to step out of the box with a new style for the summer season and see what works for you. You can also pair your pedi sets with matching or mismatching manicures. We’ve got everything you need to have a luxurious, salon-quality nail experience in your own home today.
Meaning of the Color Red | Bourn Creative
White Color Psychology and Meaning | Color Psychology
The Art of Color: Color Wheel & Color Relationships | Maryville University