Fashion Inspired Spring Nail Trends

 Posted by on March 28, 2013
Mar 282013

Besides Emerald being the “it” color for spring, bright pastels, floral patterns and color blocking are among the many trends we’ll see in fashion this spring season.

Bright Pastels

Pastels are a great way to transition your look from the end of winter into early spring. Bold pieces can be worn alone for a casual spring look or throw on a pair of glitter heals to take this look from day to night. Recreate this trend on your nails with the Zoya Lovely Spring 2013 Polish Collection. The purple and pink shades have a slight metallic hint that are great to wear out on the town or stick with the peaceful pastels of the blue, green and yellow shades. Remember to always start a manicure with clean, filed nails.

Zoya Lovely Spring 2013 Polish Collection

Floral Patterns

Floral patterns are the ultimate head to toe spring trend each year.The easiest way to get this look on your nails at home is to use a polish sticker. A great pick is the Sally Hansen Salon Effects in Girl Flower. Remember to apply a fast drying top coat over the stickers to extend the life of your manicure. If nail stickers aren’t for you then visit your local manicurist and ask for a floral hand printed design.

Sally Hansen Salon Effects in Girl Flower.

Color Blocking

Color blocking is such a fun trend to show off in your outfit, especially on your nails. Be sure to choose polishes that are bright and bold contrasting shades. Paint the entire nail with two coats of the shade you choose as the middle line color. Then following the curve at the base of your nail, apply two coats of the brightest shade. Finish with two coats of the final shade along the tip (a little thicker than a traditional French manicure line).

pop of neon to her colorblocked nail design

What are you favorite spring nail trends?

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