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Best Fuschia Nail Polishes

A range of designers like Christopher John Rogers, Jason Wu and Kerby Jean-Raymond have established fuchsia as one of the hottest colors of the moment. In addition to appearing on apparel, the hue also makes for a trendy manicure or pedicure that can seamlessly transition between the seasons — offering a happy medium between a warm weather neon pink and rich red color popular during the colder months. For longer wear, opt for a gel polish in the hue. Ahead, shop the best fuchsia nail polishes we found.

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1. OPI 'La Paz-itively Hot' Infinite Shine Polish

This rich pink hue is designed to last up to 11 days without chipping.

Pros: It offers a high-shine, gel-like finish. For the best results, it should be used in conjunction with the brand’s Infinite Shine base and top coats.

Cons: This shade is on the darker side for a bright pink polish.

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2. Dr.'s Remedy 'Focus Fuschia' Enriched Nail Polish

This high-shine polish is free of toxic ingredients.

Pros: It contains tea tree oil to ward off bacteria, as well as garlic bulb, what protein and lavender extracts to soothe and strengthen nail beds.

Cons: It requires a higher upfront investment than conventional alternatives.

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3. Sally Hansen 'Mad Woman' Miracle Gel Nail Polish

This gel polish should last up to eight days on nails.

Pros: It should be used with the brand’s coordinating top coat, although no UV light is required to cure the nails for a thick, glossy look. It’s also easier to remove than cured gel nails.

Cons: It might apply a bit streaky for some.

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