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  • Ayla Rose

    Orange Polish Pantone’s color of the year gets a touch of warmth with burnt orange lacquers. Sweep on OPI's Schnapps Out of It ($8.50; for locations) for a classic crème finish, or use Ciate’s Skinny Dip ($15; and MAC’s Styleseeker ($16; starting in late August) if you want to add some multi-dimensional shine.

  • Donna Leger

    Pantone's color of the year for fall nails. Celebrate the pumpkin!

  • Amanda Reynolds (Schleuss)

    Burnt Orange Nail Polishes for Fall 2012

  • Vanessa | Plaid & Paleo

    Orange Mani for fall. Love OPI Schnapps Out of It!

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