China Glaze’s Sorry I’m Latte is from their new House of Colour collection, which features 12 vastly different polishes. Maybelline Color Show in Latte and Sally Hansen’s Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear in Bare it All are two other great latte colour that will have your nails looking elegant and on trend this spring.
Spring is the season of pastel colours. So, it is no surprise that there is a pastel pink in this line up. O.P.I.’s Nail Lacquer in Let Me Bayou a Drink is part of their Spring/Summer 2016 collection: New Orleans. Julep’s Fifi and Essie’s Ballet Slippers are other pretty pale pink polishes that are a great choice for spring.
One of the most classic and cleanest looking nail polish colours is white. A few swipes of polishes, such as Essie’s Blanc, automatically adds a new level of chic and modern vibes to your outfit. Other bright white polishes include O.P.I.’s Alpine Snow and Covergirl’s Outlast Stay Brillant Nail Gloss in Snow Storm.
As classic as bright whites and deep nudes are, sometimes, you need a colour that truly screams spring. And that is exactly what you are getting with Deborah Lippmann’s Peaches Creme. The softness of a light peach colour is still classic, but with a bit of colour. Other great options for adding some peach colour into your life are Wet ‘n Wild’s One Step Wonder Gel in Pardon My Peach and Zoya’s Jane.
Last but not least, we have the boldest and edgiest polish colour on this list, that is still rather neutral: muted grey. Zoya’s Eastyn is a modern and edgy twist on a grey-purple. Other similar colours include O.P.I.’s Taupe-Less Beach and NYC’s Park Ave.
What is your favourite nail polish colour this spring? Let me know in the comments below!
P.S. As much as I love a classic white nail, white nail polish also works great, using this tip, to make other nail polish colours more bold!