If Nail Polish Colors Were Named Honestly

Why are bottles of nail varnish always given names that nobody understands? They always sound really pretentious and overly ‘creative’. Wouldn’t it be so much easier if the colours related to things we actually knew about and saw on a daily basis?! We think so, so do BuzzFeed

1. Rimmel London’s “Burgundy Flirt”

Rimmel London's "Burgundy Flirt"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

2. Rainbow Polish’s “Monarch”

Rainbow Polish's "Monarch"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

3. Sinful Colors’ “Snow Me White”

Sinful Colors' "Snow Me White"

Rite Aid / Via shop.riteaid.com

4. Zoya’s “Coco”

Zoya's "Coco"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

5. Essie’s “Chinchilly”

Essie's "Chinchilly"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

6. Sally Hansen’s “Clear’d for Takeoff”

Sally Hansen's "Clear'd for Takeoff"

CVS / Via cvs.com

7. Zoya’s “Emilia”

Zoya's "Emilia"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

8. Essie’s “Waltz”

Essie's "Waltz"

Mega Fragrance / Via megafragrance.com

9. Color Club’s “Turn the Other Cheek”

Color Club's "Turn the Other Cheek"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

10. China Glaze’s “Faith”

China Glaze's "Faith"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

11. OPI’s “Samoan Sand”

OPI's "Samoan Sand"

Amazon / Via amazon.com

12. OPI’s “I Just Can’t Cope-Acabana”

OPI's "I Just Can't Cope-Acabana"
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