9 of the Most Iconic Nail Polish Colors of All Time

OPI Bubble Bath

Bubble Bath is a classic for a reason, so it's no surprise that OPI's distinctive sheer baby pink was cited by more than one editor.After years of wearing other nude shades.

OPI Put It In Neutral

Some people like modern neutrals, such as this pinkish beige that is both subtle and adaptable. It enhances the natural pink of my nail without being too pink. I'm completely hooked!

Essie Ballet Slippers

Essie's Ballet Slippers is a classic polish that will never go out of style. The gentle pink color is delicate, pleasant, feminine, and never overpowering. It is well-known for having Queen Elizabeth's royal approval.

Dior 999 Red

Christian Dior desired a perfect crimson lipstick for the runway models. The rouge 9 and 99 were born. These have been updated to look like the legendary 999. 

NCLA Elegantly Punk

NCLA is a California brand that is popular among celebrities as well as women nationwide. We had to add a great silver polish on this list, and their version is so unique.

Revlon Cherries in the Snow

Cherries in the Snow by Revlon is a blue-red that was released in 1932. It is regarded as the very first red nail polish.

Zoya Trixie

Trixie by Zoya is exactly that, with a sparkling brilliance and futuristic yet Space Age undertones. If it complements the undertones of your skin

OPI Taupe-less Beach

OPI Taupe-less Beach is an excellent choice. It's a lovely taupe color that blends with everything while also looking trendy and sleek.

OPI Lincoln Park After Dark

Lincoln Park After Dark is one such hue. OPI describes the ultra dark hue as "where midnight meets purple."