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All the New Nail Colors You'll Covet This October

Oct 4 2012 - 11:32am

Between carving pumpkins, falling leaves, and costume parties galore, October is a month that delights the senses. And there are plenty of polish picks to make it all the more thrilling. Browse the many glittered and ghastly options for Fall.

Source: Flickr user Gibson Claire McGuire Regester [1]

The Batmobile

This new confetti-filled polish, Deborah Lippmann Cleopatra in New York [2] ($18), will be the ultimate complement to your Catwoman costume this Halloween [3].

Captain America

If you prefer your dark colors less moody and more vibrant, then you'll love RGB Cosmetics Cobalt [4] ($16).

Red Riding Hood

Dior's shimmery, cranberry-hued nail polish, Marilyn ($26), is packaged in an exquisite-looking bottle you'll want to display on your vanity.

Paint the Town Pink

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a portion of the proceeds from Essie Good Morning Hope [5] ($8), a sheer pastel pink hue, will go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer [6].

Purple People Eater

Be right on trend with Tom Ford Dominatrix [7] ($30); purple is one of the top colors of the season [8], after all.


If you admired Kelly Osbourne's black-diamond manicure [9] from the Emmys, but don't want to fork over the $250,000 to get it, try Illamasqua's Creator [10] ($14), a starry black polish that mimics the night sky.

Mirror, Mirror

In honor of the latest James Bond installment, OPI has launched its Skyfall nail polish collection. Get in on the excitement with Moonraker ($8), a cross between a reflective spy mirror and a smoking gun.

Pumpkin Palace

Spice all of your Halloween [11] nail art up with Orly Right Amount of Evil [12] ($10), an orange jelly with multishaped glitters.

Have a Ball

Ciaté's multicolored, ultrashimmery Harlequin set ($15) is a must have if you're dressing as a disco ball for your next costume party.

The Incredible Hoch

Beat the change-of-season blues with Julep Hoch [13] ($14), a gorgeous sage-green crème by designer Trina Turk.

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