10 Best Pink Nail Polishes for 2018- Flattering Pink Nail Polish Shades for Every Skin Tone


No other nail color compares to pink when we’re talking range. There’s everything from your-nails-but-better neutral to under-the-sea coral and, of course, millennial pink. From nude to neon, here are 10 rosy lacquers ELLE loves.

Chanel in Organd​i

“I’m one of those nails-must-match-your-lips girls. Since I’m the proud owner of every single nude lipstick in the world—seriously—my nails normally follow said flesh-tone suit. That’s why this pink polish is my favorite. It walks the nude-meets-pink line, and is an everyday neutral that’d work on anyone’s hands.” – Angel Lenise, ELLE.com Lead Video Producer

Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Color in Organdi, $28, nordstrom.com

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DND in Ballet Slipper

“I love soft pink polishes, and tried this once at a nail salon. I went on Amazon same day and ordered it. What I really love is the company sends two polishes as a duo. One is a regular polish, the other is a UV gel so your mani + pedi can perfectly match. It’s also very affordable, and didn’t chip quickly.” — Bree Green, ELLE.com Video Producer

DND Ballet Slippers Gel Polish, $11.75, amazon.com

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NCLA x Sivan Ayla in Capri Sunset

“I’m a huge fan of nail shades that look as if they’ve had a layer of dust settle on top. I know it sounds weird but I feel like they look a little cooler and subtler. This NCLA pink is by far my favorite and I get compliments every single time I wear it. It serves as a perfect, flattering neutral.” — Kristina Rodulfo, ELLE.com Senior Beauty Editor

NCLA x Sivan Ayla Capri Sunset, $16, shopncla.com

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OPI in Mimosas for Mr. and Mrs.

“I don’t always wear pink, but when I do, it’s OPI’s Mimosas for Mr. and Mrs.” — Mia Feitel, Senior Graphic Designer

OPI Mimosas for Mr. and Mrs., $9.98, amazon.com

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Essie in It’s a Mod Mod World

“A pale, ballet pink that looks nice against my fair skin has always been hard for me (and sometimes feels like the dreaded B word—basic). Instead, when I go pink I want something bright and poppy that screams happy warm times. This is the slightly more grownup version of the highlighter-pink I loved in college.” — Leah Melby Clinton, ELLE.com Director of Branded Content

Essie It’s a Mod Mod World, $9, dermstore.com

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Essie in Ballet Slippers

“Essie’ Ballet Slippers is my fail-proof pink nail polish of choice! It’s a slightly sheer, delicate pink that’s just enough to be noticeable. I also appreciate that because of its subtle color, it’s not an eyesore when it begins to chip (somewhere around week two).” — Mariel Tyler, ELLE.com Photo Editor

Essie Ballet Slippers, $7.69, amazon.com

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NARS Iconic in Schiap

“I’m not a subtle pink woman. I like a bold, strong nail to stand out and this particular shade also matches my Valentine’s Day outfit to a tee.” — Chloe Hall, Beauty Producer

NARS Iconic Color Schiap, $20, nordstrom.com

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OPI in Heart Throb

Super pale pinks disappear on my skin tone and, let’s face it, I’m still in #millennialpink mode. So this dusky rose pink from OPI caught my eye. It’s just bold enough to pop but neutral enough to stick with for daily use. — Estelle Tang ELLE.com Culture Editor

OPI in Heart Throb, $8, walmart.com

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Chanel Le Vernis in Sea Whip

Given my skin tone, barely there pink nail polish makes my hands look disturbing. If I go pink, I’ll lean into brights. Chanel’s latest polish is a rosy coral that is summer ready (but would look good on just about any complexion). — Justine Carreon, ELLE.com Associate Market Editor

Chanel Le Vernis in Sea Whip, $28, chanel.com

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JINsoon Nail Polish in Tea Rose

There is something about a woman with manicured nails that telegraphs togetherness to me—perhaps because I’m a hand washer or pounding away at my keyboard all day or just impatient, but I cannot keep one without chipping it down to punk rock strips almost immediately. There are few colors that can chip off with equal coolness—one is this pink, and I always have my eye out for it. It’s often described as ‘papaya’ or ‘coral,’ but that’s not quite it—it’s a little indiscreet, the kind of pink that looks a little bit like the inside of your cheek, like something soft and secret—the kind of pink that you can expect to see at a Women’s March. It’s almost the opposite of blushing. There’s something assertive and organic about it, and all the better if it’s a little bit sheer. I’m a sucker for JINsoon polishes; they go on beautifully and have the best record of lasting for me. — Cotton Codinha, ELLE Beauty and Fitness Editor

JINsoon Nail Polish in Tea Rose, $18, amazon.com

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