Mar 1, 2011

Spring Nail Colors

It's March! Can you believe that? It feels like we just celebrated the New Year! I guess time flies when you're having fun! With March comes the beginning of some spring like weather and I thought I would get a jump on the nail polish trends for Spring.  You all know by now that I have a HUGE obsession with nail polishes, and mani/pedis. While I am more of a dark color lover, I do have several spring colors that I am going to try out this season.  The trends in nail polish for Spring are rich and creamy pastels, metallic grays, and sleek nudes.  Which I think will suit just about everyones color preference and style.  Some of these are my spring staples, and others are some that I want to try out. I also bought Sally Hansen's "Salon Effects" nail polish "stickers last week and gave those a try.  See the end of this post for my review on them.

Turquoise & Caicos
I picked up this color at Wal-Mart (yes, Essie is not in Wal-Mart, at least up here) and am really excited to try it. As you can tell by the color scheme of my blog, I love turquoise and Tiffany blue hues. So I am really excited to see what this colors looks like on.

Nail Polish-Jolene Lg
This is a fairly new brand for me. I have seen it advertised in magazines for a while, but haven't tried it yet.  This pink is a perfect shade for spring.

Rumples Wiggin'
You may remember I mentioned this polish in a previous post. I love this color! It's a great change from your light pink colors. If you get a chance, please try this color. You won't regret it.

I have used the lip gloss and blush in this color for years.  And I just recently decided that I need to try the nail polish. From what I have seen, it looks just like the color in the bottle. It has a subtle shimmer to it and is very understated.  This would be a great color for work, if you are allowed to wear the brighter nail polishes. I can't wait to try this.

Black Pearl
This may seem like a dark color for spring, but with the metallic and pearl like effect, its perfect to pair with your bright colors this season. 

I have tried Deborah Lippmann's polishes before and have really liked them.  This is a great color if you don't want your manicure to clash with your clothes. And it's great for a pedicure too, so you can change up your manicure polish more often without clashing with your pedicure. 

**I tried the Sally Hansen "Salon Effects" nail polish stickers Saturday morning, and it was not for me. I think once my nails get stronger and grow out a little, these could work. They are a bit meticulous and time consuming and I am not very patient when it comes to things like that. So I took them off and went and got a manicure instead. I am going to try them at least once more to make a final decision.  If you have long nail beds and strong nails, these will work great for you.


1 comment

  1. You are going to love Zoya... it is the longest lasting polish I've ever tried. By far.

    And Naked is fab too... such a perfect neutral color!


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