Oxblood is a standout fall shade when it comes to fashion and beauty. The color resembling a deep, rich, red wine tone is a go to color for shoes, handbags, lipsticks, nail colors and more this season. Oxblood is a versatile and elegant color choice for a manicure. It gives a classic but overall fashionable look that compliments lighter and darker complexions alike.
While oxblood is a good color for everyday and it is business appropriate, it is also glamorous enough to wear for a special event or occasion. Many top nail polish brands have Oxblood colored polishes to choose from. Oxblood polish examples include Colbie by Zora, Starting the Issue by Essie, Vixen by Revlon and It Girl by Sephora. To complete a DIY no-stain oxblood manicure you will need a clear base coat, an oxblood colored nail polish and a clear topcoat.
Many ladies are intimidated by the thought of stained fingernails when attempting deep hued manicures. This is due to discoloration that can follow polish removal, especially when dealing with red shades. To properly remove the polish with little to no staining, you will need nail polish remover, cotton balls and a lemon wedge. With the proper application technique, stained nails won't be an issue. Instead of venturing out to a local nail salon, learn how to complete a DIY oxblood manicure, and remove it with no staining, in the comfort of your own home.