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New in nails: Polishes with texture

New Fuzzy Coat 3D nail effects by Sally

New Fuzzy Coat 3D nail effects by Sally Hansen puts fashion’s stylish textures right onto your nails. (Credit: Sallyhansen.com)

Your nails should be looked at as a fabulous accessory, and these new products are making it easy to dress them up yourself at home.

New 3D nail effects by Sally Hansen give your nails a fur coat of their own. The Fuzzy Coat polish line attempts to put fashion’s stylish textures right onto your nails. Fuzzy Coat polish is available in a variety of shades and textures including Fuzz-Sea, a combination of blue and green, All Yarned Up, a rainbow of colored yarn and Wool Lite in a shade of pink. Shop the Fuzzy Coat collection at Sallyhansen.com.

If fuzzy textures aren’t for you, try Sally Hansen’s second 3D polish, Sugar Coat. This special effect attempts to transform regular polish shades into sweet, candy-inspired creations. Shades include Bubble Plum, Cherry Drop, Cotton Candies and Lick-O-Rich. Shop the Sugar Coat collection at Sallyhansen.com.

Maybelline New York's limited edition Color Show Nail Lacquer combines polka dots with shades of green, pink, blue, orange and black. The unique chip-resistant formula applies easily and leaves nails with a polka dot finish all in one simple step. Shop the Color Show collection at Maybelline.com.

Get salon designed nails at home without ever opening a bottle of polish. Essie Sleek Stick manicure strips come pre-designed and can be applied in a few simple steps. These nail strips feel just like a professional manicure and will last for up to ten days.

Apply glitter and polish in one step with NCLA’s Luxury Nail Lacquers. Each shade is chip resistant and free of any unnatural additives. NCLA’s lacquer is a pop of color with a hint of sparkle, and it dries more quickly than a salon manicure. Shop the Luxury Nail collection at shopncla.com

Try out these new manicure products or show us your favorites on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #newsdaynails.