Nearly Nude: Three Ways To Wear Barely-There Nails

Nearly Nude: Three Ways To Wear Barely-There Nails(Sources: Essie; Target; ImaxTree)If you think nude nail polish is boring, let us convince you otherwise: The barely-there mani was very popular on the Spring 2014 runways, and now that the season offically kicks off this Thursday, it's time to give the stripped-bare look a go. Check out the coolest ways to dress up nude nails straight from New York Fashion Week Spring 2014. Plus, see the exact nail colors used to get the runway-ready looks.

In The Buff: Tips at Alexander Wang were a classic shade of beige. Get this exact fleshy look with two coats of Essie Sand Tropez ($8.50) followed by Matte About You top coat ($10).

Nearly Nude: Three Ways To Wear Barely-There Nails(Sources: ImaxTree; Essie: Ulta)
Milky Way: In case you're looking for a softer, creamier mani, check out the digits at Carolina Herrera. Get this nude hue by applying Morgan Taylor Heaven Sent ($4.74). The shade looks white in the bottle but goes on thin and delicate to create a natural, creamy hue.

Nearly Nude: Three Ways To Wear Barely-There Nails(Sources: ImaxTree; Morgan Taylor)A Pop Of Color: In case you're still not 100 percent sold on the nude look, adding a dash of color to a beige mani can be an easy way to transition into naked nails. Models at Christian Siriano wore Red Carpet Manicure Fake Bake ($9.99) as the base shade, followed by a line of white in White Hot ($9.99) and a block of canary yellow in The Perfect Pair ($9.99) on top.

Nearly Nude: Three Ways To Wear Barely-There Nails(Sources: ImaxTree; Target)Check out more nail looks from the spring 2014 runways, here.
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