Spring Nail Polishes

Monday, March 30, 2015

Let's start this week off bright, shall we?! How about with nail polish colors perfect for springtime?? I love the change of seasons from winter to spring for lots of reasons...the grass turns green, the snow goes away, the temperatures warm up, and the colors get brighter. I love transitioning from the darker colors of colder days to the brighter colors of sunshine days. 

Because I'm changing the color of my nails regularly, I like to have a good assortment of colors to pick from. I like to span from brights nudes to robust reds this time of year. And when I welcome back my summertime tan, I bring in even brighter pops of colors for nails. But, for now let's get on to my favorite polish colors for spring.

This brand of polish is such a great find at Target! There are plenty of colors to pick from, and the price is on point for a quick nail polish pick-up when you haven't been saving your pennies to splurge on Essie or OPI. When I spotted this polish I went for Rose Dust, Easy Going, and Lavender. They even sound like spring, don't they?



When I do feel like splurging, I do it on  polish colors that I just can't live without. OPI's Lucky Lucky Lavender is one of those. It's the perfect combo of purple and pink, and it looks good on your nails any time of year (yes, even when you want to go bold in the winter). OPI has great nude colors. Bubble Bath (not pictured) is one of my favorite nudes, but I'm also a huge fan of Tickle My France-y.


Another favorite, and a friendly-to-you-wallet polish is Covergirl's selection. This red and pinkish white are my tops picks. The Ever Reddy is the exact bright red I have been wanting, and Forever Frosted is a nice subtle nude color with just enough pink to pop on your nails. 

Essie...they have great colors! If I could I'd one of each, but my wallet (nor my husband) would thank me for that. So I splurge on my must-haves. Like the ones above and below. Tart Deco (several years ago), Double Breasted Jacket, and Bobbing for Baubles (several seasons ago) are some of those favorites. Shades of orange, reds, and blues are made for spring!



And every good nail polish needs a trusty base and top coat. Revlon's Mutli Care Base + Top Coat has been the best. It keeps my nails looking fresh for longer, and keeps the chipping at bay! 

To see how I do an at-home gel nail using all of these spring polishes, stop back by on April 16th for the Every Girl Link-Up. And if you've got some nail painting tips and tricks then do share and link-up with us on that date! 


3 comments on "Spring Nail Polishes"
  1. I LOVE nail polish! And i can't wait to hear how to do at home gel polish!

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  2. I'm going to have to look into the Sinful colors--I love the springy ones that you have!!
    Thanks for the recommendation on the Revlon base/top coat!

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  3. I haven't seen the Sinful brand at Target- and I was just there yesterday! Gotta keep my eyes peeled...

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