I personally choose my nail design colors by considering what I will be wearing. If it is a special occasion, the outfit has the priority and my nails should be an accenting accessory just as shoes and jewelry. If it is just normal routine, I will choose a color that I will be coordinating with for the week. That is just me personally.
I like to choose my nail colors based on what suits my skin color and what my mood is. I find that I cannot use very dark colors like black or navy blue, so when I feel sad, I go for light, neutral colors. When I feel happy, I choose bright colors.
When there is a special occasion, it is nice to be able to match your nail color to what you will be wearing. But since I tend to get lazy removing the color from my nails (especially if it is a dark color like red or very glittery), I end up choosing safer colors so it will match everything I will wear for the next few days. (e.g. red, pink, gold)
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