The great thing about neutrals is that there's really no limit to the combination of colors you can use. It will generally look very put together, even if you use all different colors. For the look above, I used the three neutrals from OPI's Germany collection.
If you like nail art, you can also spice it up with simple designs and patterns. I used white and half pearls for a sweet, yet neutral look.
L to R: Don't Pretzel My Buttons, My Very First Knockwurst, Berlin There Done That, DPMB
Don't Pretzel My Buttons, 3 coats: "honey-beige" creme is probably right on. It reminds me of foundation, and is generally flattering on my warm skin tone. It needed three coats for opacity, but otherwise there were no problems with the formula.
My Very First Knockwurst, 3 coats: a pale, cool-toned pink creme. It has a touch of nude and grey in it. Formula-wise, it was similar to DPMB. If you have warm undertones, I would avoid this color unless you really really like this color. I want to say it's unflattering on me, but sometimes it looks okay. This color should be much more flattering on those with pink undertones.
Berlin There Done That, 2 coats: a pretty average taupe creme. The formula was good and covered well in two coats.
Verdict: A pretty average set of neutrals. They're pretty basic colors and the formulas were average as well. I think most of these colors would be more flattering on cool skin tones.
Availability: These shades are currently available at Professional Salons, including Beauty Brands, Beauty First, Chatters, Dillard's, JCPenney, Pure Beauty, Regis, Trade Secret, and ULTA for $8.50 USD.
Are you a fan of neutral nail polish? And would you wear these looks? Let me know in the comments! :)
*The polishes reviewed in this post were sent to me for my honest review.