And Now, the 20 Best-Selling OPI Nail Colors of All Time—That You Can Still Buy
A manicure and OPI nail polish go together like peanut butter and jelly, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, or a white tee and skinny jeans. The combo just makes sense. In fact, we'd argue OPI might just be the most iconic and well-loved nail polish brand of all time, easily boasting some of the most in-demand cult nail colors within the nail realm. And when you think of how many nail polishes there are out there, that's pretty damn impressive.
Even if you're not a nail polish person (don't worry, we won't judge), chances are high that you'll recognize fan-favorite shades like I'm Not Really a Waitress, Lincoln Park After Dark, or Cajun Shrimp. And if not, don't stress: We're about to serve up a covetable list featuring 20 of the top best-selling OPI nail colors of all time. Curious to know which OPI colors nail polish lovers everywhere hoard obsessively? Keep scrolling!
To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of seasonal beauty trends. My motto 99 percent of the time? Just go ahead and wear whatever your little heart desires, no matter the month or the vibes on your Instagram. HOWEVER, nail polish colors and trends are the only exception. For that, I am all about switching up my go-to mani shade to fit with the time of year. Call me basic (hey, wow, mean), but there's just something fun about swapping your polish stash with the seasons to contrast or match with your cold-weather clothes. And because winter is practically here, I’ve rounded up the 31 trendiest winter nail colors to try ASAP. Get ready for a lot of sparkles, moody blue, grays, and blacks, plus a few classics on the list, too.
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Winter Nail Color Idea: Bold BerryChanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Vibration
This bold berry shade has a mix of purple, pink, and red pigments that are flattering on all skin tones—from super-fair to deep. It's not as expected as classic red, but not as cutesy as bright pink—basically it's the ideal shade for anyone who wants to make a statement with their mani this winter.
This Winter Nail Color DuoMischo Beauty Nail Lacquer Set in Manicured + Angel
Muted mauve + rusty rose = the perfect winter nail color combo for anyone who is into minimalist manicures. You can wear these shades alone or mix and match them on alternate fingers for a subtle nail art look.
This Shimmery Black Winter Nail ColorLakur Nail Lacquer in Skyline Reflect
This shimmery black polish happens to be one of the prettiest winter nail colors of 2021. Trust me—you'll be wearing this shade on repeat as soon as December rolls around.
This Chocolate-Inspired Winter Nail ColorNails Inc. Coco For Real Chocolate Scented Nail Polish in Coco Kisses
Not only is this milk chocolate polish shade legit perfect to wear on your nails this winter, it's infused with a sweet, cocoa scent (it's reminds me of hot chocolate) that smells straight-up delicious.
This Jet-Black Winter Nail ColorGucci Vernis À Ongles Nail Polish in Black Crystal
If you live in all-black outfits during the winter (umm, hello me), it only makes sense to wear a moody manicure to match. This shiny, jet-black nail polish color from Gucci (!!) is a great option.
These Gift-able Winter Nail ColorsOPI Hollywood Infinite Shine Mini 4 Pack
This cute little gift set is perfect to give yourself (or a friend) this winter. It comes with a priming base coat, two pretty pink and red polish shades, and a long-wearing top coat too.
Winter Nail Color Idea: Steel BlueOPI Nature Strong Natural Origin Nail Lacquer in Force of Nailture
This steel blue polish is perf for anyone who wants their mani to have a little edge this winter. Also cool: The 9-free formula is all-natural and made with plant-based ingredients, so it's actually good for your nails.
This Neutral Winter Nail ColorTom Ford Nail Lacquer in Mink Brule
$37 AT BLOOMINGDALES.COM
TBH, you never go wrong with a neutral/nude nail polish shade like this one from Tom Ford. It looks good any time of year—including the winter months. And if (okay, when) it starts to chip, that won’t be super noticeable.
This Gray Winter Nail ColorSally Hansen Insta-Dri Nail Color in Show Steel-er
$5 AT AMAZON.COM
I consider this creamy gray nail color from Sally Hansen a neutral for winter—it looks great on all skin tones and goes with whatever you’re wearing. The best parts though? You don’t need to use a base or top coat with the formula, and it dries insanely fast.
This Shimmery Purple Nail Color for WinterSally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish in Plum Euphoria
$7 AT AMAZON.COM
I'll be wearing this shimmery purple nail color on repeat until March, folks. The unique shade is moody, edgy, and eye-catching too. Just paint on two thin coats (keyword here is thin, you don't want it to get all goopy), and you're good to go.
Winter Nail Color Idea: Shimmery Slate WinterCirque Colors Velvetine Slate Shimmer Nail Polish
$14 AT AMAZON.COM
I know winter is still like a month away, but I love this shimmery slate nail polish so much, I'm already using it to DIY my manis and pedis. The gray-blue shade is infused with teeny tiny copper flecks for an cool, multidimensional effect.
This Off-White Nail Color for WinterElla + Mila Nail Polish in Stonehearted
$11 AT TARGET.COM
I'm in loooove with this creamy, off-white nail polish. The stone-colored shade (it's a little bit white, a little bit sand), looks gorgeous on all skin tones, and the natural, 17-free formula is as clean and green as they come.
This Dark Pink Winter Nail ColorDior Vernis Gel Shine & Long Wear Nail Lacquer in Front Row
$28 AT NORDSTROM.COM
If you typically wear pastel pink polish in the spring and summer, then this is the nail color you need to transition to for the winter months. The rich, pink shade (it's almost like magenta) has *just* the right amount of shimmer.
This Royal Blue Winter Nail ColorSundays Non-Toxic Nail Polish No.35
$18 AT AMAZON.COM
Proof that you can DEF wear bright polish during the winter months? This royal blue lacquer from Sundays (P.S. it's one of my fave natural, non-toxic nail brands). It's bold and impactful and has a cool, wintry vibe.
This Silver Nail Color for WinterMischo Beauty Nail Lacquer in Magnifique
$20 AT MISCHOBEAUTY.COM
This holographic silver nail color from Mischo Beauty basically screams "wear me for winter!" Try it with your favorite silver jewelry for a trendy, monochromatic metal effect.
This Metallic Lilac Winter Nail ColorEssie Nail Polish in Girly Grunge
$12 AT AMAZON.COM
I get it: Lilac can sometimes feel like a spring or summer nail polish color. But when combined with an icy, foil-like finish? It’s totally on trend for the winter season.
This Holographic Winter Nail ColorChina Glaze Nail Lacquer with Hardeners
$7 AT ULTA.COM
Love a little shimmer? Same. Which is why I'm going to be living in this holographic winter nail color for the next three months. It has a sheer, silvery-pink iridescent finish that gives your manicure a cool, Euphoria-like vibe.
This Winter-White Nail ColorOPI Nail Lacquer in Alpine Snow
$10 AT ULTA.COM
OPI’s Alpine Snow is the perfect crisp white nail color for winter. I mean, it legit looks as white as snow on your nails. Just apply three thin coats for an opaque, streak-free finish.
This Plum Nail Color for WinterRooted Woman Nail Polish in Renewed
$15 AT ROOTEDWOMAN.COM
Even if you’re not into most purples, I guarantee you’ll like the way this deep-plum nail polish color looks on your nails for winter. The almost-black shade is moody, edgy, and super pretty.
This Oxblood Winter Nail ColorEssie Gel Couture Nail Polish in Spiked With Style
This Rose-Gold Winter Nail ColorSmith & Cult Nail Polish in A Little Lovely
$14 AT AMAZON.COM
If you love winter because of all the holiday fun, this festive polish with gold and rose-colored glitter is definitely for you. Apply one layer for a subtle sheen, or multiple coats for a thick, chunky-glitter effect.
This Blue-Gray Nail Color for WinterEssie Expressie Quick-Dry Nail Color in Air Dry
$9 AT ULTA.COM
I've been using this polish from Essie for weeks now and I love how easy it makes doing your nails at home (P.S. you can watch me demo it in our new Sh*t We Stole video series). Anyway, it requires no base or top coat and dries in 60 seconds (go ahead and time it if you don't believe me). And the soft, blue-gray shade is pretty much the perfect winter nail color.
Winter Nail Color: Shimmery NavyChristian Louboutin The Noirs Nail Colour in Bianca
$50 AT NEIMANMARCUS.COM
I know this shimmery navy nail color is pricey (’sup, Louboutin), but you guys, it’s honestly so perfect for the winter months. It’s dark, moody, and the bottle is pretty damn cool looking too.
This Pale-Pink Winter Nail ColorDeborah Lippmann Nail Polish in Delicate
$20 AT AMAZON.COM
This creamy, pale-pink nail color is infused with shimmery light-blue flecks that make it so pretty and refreshing for winter. I love wearing it with cozy knits and soft cashmere.
This Earthy Winter Nail ColorTenoverten Nail Color in Hester
$18 AT VERISHOP.COM
Earthy, clay-inspired nail polish colors are going to be everywhere this winter—trust me. So get in on the trend and try this warm tan shade from Tenoverten. The all-natural formula is 8-free, which means it’s made without iffy ingredients commonly found in conventional nail polish brands.
This Wintery Icy Blue Nail ColorSally Hansen Good Kind Pure Nail Polish in Crystal Blue
$8 AT TARGET.COM
Not only is this icy blue a super-pretty winter nail polish color, it's 16-free (aka formulated without the chemicals traditionally found in nail polishes), made with plant-based ingredients, and completely vegan too. Pretty impressive for a drugstore nail polish that's less than $7.
Winter Nail Color Idea: Multi-Color DotsJINsoon Nail Polish in Dotty
$18 AT AMAZON.COM
This confetti-style nail polish from Jin Soon is the fastest way to make dreary winter weather feel significantly less shitty. It's chunky like a glitter, bright like a neon, and super versatile too. Wear it alone over a clear base coat or layered over your favorite neutral nail polish.
This Shimmery Wine Nail Color For WinterSally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish in Wine Therapy
$8 AT ULTA.COM
Need to paint your nails for a last-minute holiday party? Reach for this wine-colored winter nail color with sparkly flecks from Sally Hansen. It’s infused with nail-strengthening oils, too, so your nail beds won’t flake and crack from wearing it.
Winter Nail Color: Bright RedOPI Infinite Shine Nail Laquer in Big Apple Red
$13 AT ULTA.COM
My holiday checklist (in no particular order) includes an excessive amount of hot chocolate, Christmas music on repeat, and a festive manicure the entire month of December. The shade I always go with? This winter-approved red nail colorfrom OPI.
This Gold Winter Nail ColorEssie Nail Polish in Good As Gold
$9 AT AMAZON.COM
Not into thick, chunky glitter? NBD. You can still get in on the sparkly nail trend for winter with this shimmery gold polish from Essie. It has finely-milled, light-reflecting pigments that’ll make your mani sparkle.
This Sparkly Green Winter Nail ColorSally Hansen Miracle Gel in Neblue-La
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Shine Bright Collection Swatches (Holiday/Winter 2020)
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|Let's Take an Elfie|
This is a beautiful dark purple shimmer shade with a pearl finish. This is opaque in two coats and is actually the first color I am wearing from this collection; it is STUNNING in person.
|Red-y For the Holidays|
This is a cherry red cream shade that is basically a one-coater polish. Very classic OPI.
|Merry in Cranberry|
This next shade is a bright magenta pink shade that has a bit of hot pink shimmer that has a pearl finish. Two coats are perfect for this polish.
|Gingerbread Man Can|
This is actually one of my favorite shades in the collection because I feel like it is pretty unique in OPI's range. This is a taupe brown shade that has a bit of silver shimmer to it and has a pearl finish. It starts off a little bit more sheer than I'd like my polishes to be, but is perfectly opaque in two coats.
|This Gold Sleighs Me|
This is a bright yellow gold pearl shade. These types of golds are not my color at all, so I apologize for the color not looking good with my skin tone. This is opaque in just two coats.
|Dressed to the Wines|
The next shade in this collection is this darker brownish red shade that has a bit of gold/brown shimmer to it but has a pearl finish. Two coats will do the job.
|This Shade is Ornamental|
This next shade is a medium toned coral shade that has a pearl finish. This one surprised me as well because I didn't think I'd love it so much with my skin tone. It runs a little more orange for a coral which I don't usually like, but I can definitely see myself wearing this a lot in the future. Two coats will do nicely.
|Snowfalling for You|
The last of the pearl shades is this light coral/pink shade. This one was basically exactly what I expected from a pearl shade and that is that it would show a lot of brush strokes. I'm not a huge fan of this shade but it is beautiful. Two coats will make this opaque.
|Naughty or Ice?|
This is the first of the glitters in this collection and is this icy white shade that has undertones of pearl to it along with the micro glitters. Two thicker coats or three thin will make this more opaque.
|Tinsel, Tinsel 'Lil Star|
Similar to the shade previous to this, this is a micro glitter polish with a pearl base/finish but this is in a more silver/gray shade. Two thicker coats or three thin coats will make this one opaque as well.
|To All a Good Night|
The last of these types of glitter polishes in this collection is this absolutely stunning black/gunmetal glitter shade that has the undertone/finish of a pearl. I was also VERY surprised by how much I loved this shade on. I am in love with this! Two coats will do nicely for this.
|Heart and Coal|
This one took me by the most surprise after looking at the ordering page and getting it in person. I had no idea it was going to be THIS!! It is a black pearl polish that has micro holographic glitters within. Sometimes when polishes have these micro holo glitters in them, they tend to get lost on the nails, but this polish displays them perfectly. Two coats will be perfect with this polish but you will need a very thick top coat. These dry down kind of spikey and bumpy because of the micro glitters suspended in the polish.
|All A'Twitter in Glitter|
This is the first of the glitter top coats that are extra in this holiday collection. This is not part of the core collection for the holidays but can be purchased separately. This topper has iridescent hexagonal glitters with iridescent micro glitters suspended in a clear base. I pictured them above over a light blue (The I's Have It), a white (Alpine Snow), and a black (Black Onyx) to give you a range of what this topper can do. They look vastly different over different colors so you can have a lot of fun with this top coat. As with most/all glitter top coats, this one is not going to be very easy to take off, but so it goes. Out of the three toppers in this collection, this is the only one I liked.
|Bling It On!|
The next topper in this collection is this periwinkle shimmer shade that has iridescent shards suspended within. I showed this topper on its own on the left two nails and then over a white base (Alpine Snow) on the right two nails. I prefer how it looks over the white base personally and you could use a matching base to bring the color of the topper out more. I personally did not like this polish. It was very difficult to work with. On the left two nails, if you use two coats they become very thick and sharp and will probably require a few coats of a top coat. With the right two nails, if you have it over a base you will get a smoother finish but you might still get shards sticking up and will require a thicker top coat. This is just not my jam.
|Puttin' on the Glitz|
Lastly in the Shine Bright holiday collection is this muddy gray cream shade that has the suspended iridescent shards. I did not like this topper at all; I really struggled with this one and it gave me no reason to really try hard to figure it out. I would suggest not using this on its own as it is shown on the left two nails above. It gets extremely thick and sharp and very difficult to work with. If you do love this shade, I would highly suggest using a dark gray or black base as I did with the right two nails. Those are pictured with a base of black (Black Onyx) and then one coat of the topper. You still get the color of the base of the topper without overloading the shards. I do not like this type of topper and I hope they never make it again; that's how strongly I feel. However, I know some people might LOVE this shade and that's totally fine. It's not my cup of tea.
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