What colour nail varnish to wear to my job interview?

I have a job interview soon and i was told that its best to go to an interview with a neat manicure, i was thinking french polish but i don't particularly like it. What about a sugar pink or something?

Asked By: Miss Military ( WraithBoomStar) - 1/12/2011
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Generally speaking it's best to err on the side of conservative, nothing too bright or sparkly. Try a clear coat or a light nude. It really depends on the industry you are going into though. Fashion/art environments will welcome shows of personality in your style, but business/government types expect a more... More
Answered By: emkay - 1/12/2011
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nude, or pale (not metallic or pearly) pink. Something plain and understated. You should wear those colours all the time on your fingers! goes with EVERYTHING and makes your hands look pretty :) just my opinion :)
Answered By: Gabby - 1/12/2011
A - It depends on what type of job it is. B - A french manicure would make a great first impression. C - Don't have them too long you don't want too stab someone when you shake hands D - If you do get the job Maybe then you can experiment with painted nails (but start of pale then work you way up)
Answered By: GOTH CHICK - 1/12/2011
Go very natural, I wore a peach colour to mine, classy :)
Answered By: flossyginger - 1/12/2011
french or bright red
Answered By: Cody - 1/12/2011
Red «3 mucch love
Answered By: Tinkerbell fairy 2010 - 1/12/2011
Red nails are classic, and clean cut. You can also go for nude nails, which are understated and neat.
Answered By: Ester J. - 1/12/2011
i would go for french manicure or a peach . don wear something bold like green somethin neutral
Answered By: Emily - 1/12/2011
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