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Nail Polish: Spring and Summer Lineup

As soon as the weather breaks we start looking around for pedicure color inspiration. It’s one of the major perks of spring and summer; keeping a constant color rotation on our hands and feet. Now that our toes are out, it’s time to show them some love. Your first mani-pedi of the season should as much fun as possible, so be daring and try new colors and even designs if you wish.  Say goodbye to the drab greys and taupes of winter, it’s time to mix it up with some shiny new brights and tootsies you’ll be proud to flaunt!

Everything is turning up mint these days, and I love mint for the nails – perfect for spring’s touch of warm weather.

Butter London Nail Lacquer in Fiver

Dermelect Au Courant in Mint Hemlock

Jamberry Profesional Nail Lacquer in Hint of Mint

No more being shy, summer nail colors mean bright and tropical tones, reminiscent of the islands and perfect for the beach.

Motives® for La La Nail Lacquer in Poppy

NARS Opaque Nail Polish in Schiap

Sally Hansen Triple Shine in Dive In

Thinking pastels might be your ideal spring to summer transition? A soft pop of color is an ideal baby step from the dreary days of winter to the sunny disposition of spring.

Deborah Lippman Limited Edition Nail Color in Pretty Playful Pistachio

Motives® for La La Nail Lacquer in I’m Peachy

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Water Color

Still opting to go neutral? Spice it up with some shimmer:

Illamasqua Shattered Stars Nail Varnish in Trilliant

OPI Nail Lacquer in Rose of Light

 

Motives® for La La Nail Lacquer in Vintage

See any new colors you’re lusting after? Which one will it be for your first mani-pedi of the season?

By: lorenr
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One Response to “Nail Polish: Spring and Summer Lineup”

May 09, 2014 at 11:11 am, tami dyer said:

I LOVE LOVE the colors in teal blue and hot fushia pink…poppy…dive in..and VINTAGE
Gr8

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