If there is one word for this polish, it's opaque. It's the opaque-iest opaque polish I own. The formula is noticeably thicker than other polishes I've tried which means one coat will do ya'. I love the cool-toned gray too because it's unlike any other polish I own. I worried it would be a bit too stark but it's actually quite subtle and just right.Revlon in Sand Stone
I'll admit that this polish is quite the snooze in the bottle. I don't know what made me buy it in the first place but it's since been one of my favorite neutral shades. It's a taupey gray-brown that is a few shades darker and cooler than my skin tone. Since it has cool undertones, it helps to tone down some of the pinkiness in my hands too. However, upon researching a link, I've discovered it's discontinued! Boooooo! Looks like maybe Essie's Playa de Platinum could be a dupe?
China Glaze in Below Deck
This is the newest shade to my winter neutrals collection and was a quick favorite. I love the deep purple-ish brown tone because it's perfect for when I'm in the mood to wear a deep color but I don't want to fuss with berries or reds.
Essie in Chinchilly
I remember spotting this shade for the first time a few years back after getting a manicure done and wasted approximately zero minutes buying a bottle for myself soon after. I think it's a great staple for any neutral collection since it's quite subtle on the nails while still being a not quite gray and not quite brown.
What are your go-to winter neutrals?