Clinique 16 Shades of Beige Nail Polish Collection

clinique 16 shades of beige nail polish collection

The new Clinique 16 Shades of Beige Nail Polish Collection features the new Naturally Pretty Way to Wear Neutrals Eyeshadow Palette that I told you about recently but the collection also includes A Different Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skin in eight new shades of flattering, natural beiges.

Take a look!

Clinique’s new Nailing Beige Nail Polish shades will be available for a limited time in December and each shade was selected to match the user’s closest skin tone for a truly nude look on nails!

Simply select the shade that closest to your skin’s natural skin tone and the polish gives nails a nude look that gives the illusion of elongated and length on nails.

Or of course you can have fun and select any of the eight shades to make a pretty neutral statement on your nails. These shades are an elegant option for sophisticated look!

Formulated to minimize skin sensitivity, A Different Nail Enamel for Sensitive Skins is dermatologist tested, ophthalmologist tested and appropriate for sensitive skins and sensitive eyes.

Shades:

  • Room Service
  • Peek a Boo
  • I See You
  • Birthday Suit
  • Pajama Party
  • Tickle Me
  • Do Not Disturb
  • Chocolate on my Pillow
  • Nighty-Night

A Different Nail Enamel are $12.50 each and launch on counter and online at clinique.com this December.

  • 11/11/13 15:27 Carol:

    those nail lacquers are perfect for autumn.

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  • 11/11/13 16:44 Twirishlady:

    But can these come in a set? Please?!!!! Cause I wanna go ombre on these so bad!

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  • 11/11/13 18:03 Daisy:

    Looks like the nail colors and palette are available now! Woohoo!

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  • 11/11/13 20:50 dia:

    “limited time”? Boo. This should be a staple!

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  • 11/12/13 1:47 Cookie:

    Oooh these look so pretty! Love the fact they have”‘nude” in all shades. I might actually be able to find my perfect match. Those that are light enough are usually too yellow toned. Will probably pick up a few of them. I love Twirishlady’s idea of ombré.

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