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It used to be that you'd spend an hour meticulously painting on your face with the patience of Michaelangelo (or in the least, a YouTuber getting used to their camera equipment) before heading out for a night. But with face masks taking up the larger majority of your mug these days, people are now directing their artistry skills elsewhere - and come fall, it will be all about your nail color. The shift in popularity makes sense: Switching up your manicure is a fullproof way to make a big impact with minimal effort, and while it might be too early to declare nail polish as the new lipstick in these COVID-19 times, all you have to do is open Instagram to be inundated with whatever fancy designs and polish colors sparking joy at this particular juncture. "A lot of companies and manicurists are putting together DIY manicure kits for people to do at home, so I think we'll be seeing a lot more tutorials on Instagram, Tiktok, or YouTube," Sarah Bland, celebrity manicurist and brand ambassador for Smith & Cult, told POPSUGAR. "I've even been seeing a lot of people match their nails with their masks, which is so cute." "I've been seeing a lot of people match their nails with their masks, which is so cute." As for what exactly you can expect people to be wearing in the coming months, she has some ideas: "We're going to be seeing a lot of matte nail looks," she said. "What a lot of people don't realize is that when you put a matte top coat on nail art, it makes it pop even more. We'll also be seeing a trend of shiny-meets-matte within the same manicure, like a solid matte base with a shiny tip." If you're looking for the tools that could earn you an (unofficial) artistry license, stick with us as Bland breaks down the four coolest nail color trends to shop this fall. They might not make quite the same statement that a swipe of lipstick would, but they'll make it through a hell of a lot more pumpkin spice latte orders - and that's got to count for something, right?
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Following the success of OPI's 2019 fall collection — inspired by the moss greens of an idyllic Scottish countryside — the just-released 2020 assortment brings us to a new global locale: Milan, Italy. Beyond the rich shades inspired by recognizable Italian tones, the color story woven through this destination assortment feels especially meaningful in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, which disproportionally impacted Milan's Lombardy region. "Last year, before the pandemic hit, we traveled to Milan to source inspiration for this collection," explains OPI Co-Founder Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. "We ate fresh pasta, spent hours walking the city streets, and drank Campari while admiring the incredible street style. Of course, at the time, we had no idea the hardships Milan would soon face. But through this collection, we pay homage to the magical city that showed its loving spirit, even at the height of the coronavirus outbreak." From a pearlescent blue inspired by balcony choirs to a burgundy sourced from Italian wine, scroll ahead for 12 new shades that will transport you to a balmy fall evening in Milan, and bring some joy to your fingertips in the process. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The Mismatched Manicure Trend Just Got An UpgradeMeghan Markle's Bridal Mani-Pedi Broke TraditionCharli & Dixie D'Amelio Launch Nail Polish Collab
If lockdown taught us anything, it’s that when restaurants are closed and we’re left to fend for ourselves, we all have that potential to be a star chef (yes, even you with your one and only pasta recipe). While early shelter-in-place days were defined by banana bread and sourdough starter kits, we expect the rest of 2020 to be packed with all sorts of culinary endeavors — which will be made all the more possible with the help of Le Creuset’s epic sale. The legendary French cookware brand has kicked off its equally legendary “Factory to Table Sale,” which means that its rainbow spectrum of forever-lasting enameled cast iron designs are up for grabs at a deep discount of up to 70% off. There’s the signature dutch oven (perfect for soups and chili), deep fry pans (for one-and-done pasta dishes and stir-fry), and skillets (for pretty much everything). Shop the sale before it’s over. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
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