Certainly nail colors don’t define our personalities. However, it is fun to imagine! Keep reading to see what your nail polish color might say about you!
When choosing black as a nail color you might walk to class with both headphones in, staring into the souls of the subjects walking towards you. But, black can also mean you are creative and edgy, staying up until three in the morning re-blogging a text post on Tumblr reading: “looking strong on the outside while dying on the inside”.
If you choose to sport hot pink nail polish you are either Cher from Clueless, Regina George from Mean Girls, or that was the only color to chose from besides school bus yellow. Hot pink screams a hardcore girl who redefines pink as a damsel who damn well isn’t in distress.
Either you are parading down the street for the Fourth of July, or you are on your way to Homecoming with a red solo cup in your hand.
Nude nails acknowledge that you are indeed a classy lady, maybe even classy enough to date Ben Higgins from the Bachelor.
When showcasing white nail polish one is usually fashion forward with a slight edge. She is someone who will throw a drink in your face with a blank stare, while at the same time volunteer at the local soup kitchen. She is overall crisp as hell.
If you are wearing lime green nail color either you are in college and still have braces and don’t know how to do your laundry, or you’re going to an 80’s themed social.
Just like the back of a Christian Louboutin stiletto, red nail polish asserts dominance. A woman in red knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to fight for it.
Either the four-year-old child that you babysit applied sparkle nail polish to not only your nail but also your entire finger, or you are Katy Perry. Sparkle nail polish confirms that you could not care less what people think of you.
What do other nail polish colors say about you? Comment below and share with a friend!
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Hannah is a writer for the UNH Chapter of Society19. She is currently undecided pursuing a minor is Psychology.