I've picked out my top five favourite nail polishes for the spring season.
Majority of these are pastel (pastels for spring? groundbreaking~), and then one bright pop. I usually save my super bright nail polish for the summer, so here are my subdued colours for spring.
FYI: My nails were HORRIBLE when I was shooting this post, so Chris was an absolute gem and allowed me to paint his nails pastel colours and then take a million pictures of them. So special shout out to Chris for being such a good sport.
Starting off with the Butter London polishes, I have two colours from their newest spring collection. I'm a huge fan of the Butter London formula, especially in their pastel shades. It's really hard to find a good pastel shade that applies practically opaque in one coat.
The two colours here are Kerfluffle (really pretty pastel peach) and Fiver (your classic pastel mint green).
My next two colours are both from the OPI variety and both happen to be little mini bottles I have.
The first colour is a new shade from their spring line and is called You're Such a Budapest (pastel blue based lavender). The other nail polish is a Sephora for OPI shade called What Aura Gonna Wear (bright blue toned fuchsia).
I have always loved OPI nail polishes, and I don't even mind the tiny little bottles application wise.
The last polish is from Essie and is the only Essie polish I truly like. I have a hard time with their formula, but this colour in Lilacism (super pale lavender) is one of my favourites as it applies evenly.
It is different from the previous OPI nail polish which you can see below:
Here are all the colours swatched in the following order from left to right:
- You're Such a Budapest | OPI
- Fiver | Butter London
- What Aura You Gonna Wear | Sephora for OPI
- Lilacism | Essie
- Kerfluffle | Butter London
And there you have my top five nail polishes for spring!
-What are you favourite polishes for spring?
-Do you have any of the ones I've mentioned?
-Doesn't Chris have lovely hands?