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Polish Pairs That Go Together Like PB&J

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    While we know those halcyon days of mini masterpieces on our nails are reportedly over, we're not quite ready to give up the nail-art ghost. Though we've accepted that we won't be drawing floral landscapes on our digits in the upcoming seasons, there are still times that wearing one color on our tips doesn't do it for us.

    For those times when our inner creatives are desperate to express themselves, we know what to do: Create simple yet striking nail looks using complementary shades that (in our humble opinion) are simply better together — like Ross and Rachel, mac and cheese, or Nutella and um, everything.

    Whether you add a lemon-yellow French tip to a matte-white mani, or a stripe of juicy coral down the center of a cobalt-blue paint job, pairing these polishes together will majorly up the coolness quotient of your nails with minimal effort. So, take a gander at our favorite dynamic duos — and make sure to send us links to photos of your favorite look!


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