Spring Nail Polish Colors

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You guys seemed to like my fall nail polish guide, so I thought it was high time I put together another one for spring. I’m starting to see a few signs of spring around, just enough to give me hope that winter might actually be coming to an end. It certainly seems like the spring showers have begun- I got drenched on my way home from work on Wednesday (the one day I forget my umbrella at home!). As you can see, there are no neutrals here- I’m all about happy colors to banish the last few dreary days of winter.

Pink: Essie Vanity Fairest, butter LONDON Fruit Machine, tenoverten Spring

Red: Jinsoon Coral PeonyJulep Sydney, Essie Fifth Avenue

Orange: Revlon Parfumerie Apricot Nectar, butter LONDON Kerfuffle, Essie Tart Deco

Yellow: Deborah Lippmann Build Me Up Buttercup, Illamasqua Load, Julep Lilou

Green: butter LONDON Fiver, Illamasqua Milf, Formula X For Sephora High Frequency

Blue: Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Breeze Blue, Illamasqua Caress, Jinsoon Poppy Blue

Purple: Deborah Lippmann Blue Orchid, Revlon Parfumerie Lavender Soap, butter LONDON Sprog

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  1. These are nice colours. I always tend to buy Deborah Lippmann, Butter, and Zoya, although I finally tried a couple of e.l.f.’s nail colours recently. Illmasqua’s green is on my list now, thanks! Happy Friday! :-)

    Posted 3.14.14 Reply
    • Nnenna wrote:

      Thanks Madison! I haven’t tried e.l.f’s nail polishes before. Do you like them?

      Posted 3.17.14 Reply
      • Yes, I just recently tried e.l.f.’s chrome/metallic version as well as a normal solid colour and it’s really decent for the price. I had to apply a thicker coat on the solid hue though than normal. But it’s so incredibly inexpensive, therefore I really have not much to complain about, haha.

        Posted 3.17.14 Reply
        • Nnenna wrote:

          Thanks for letting me know- I will have to give them a try sometime!

          Posted 3.18.14 Reply
  2. sartorialsidelines wrote:

    I cannot wait to dip into my orange polish this spring!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

    Posted 3.14.14 Reply
    • Nnenna wrote:

      Fun! You know, orange is my least favorite color, but for some reason I don’t mind it that much on my nails!

      Posted 3.17.14 Reply
  3. Jenmarie wrote:

    I love the saturated pastel hues that have been turning up! I think I might have to get one from the new Revlon Parfumerie polishes. I love the bottles and can’t believe they’re scented! So cute!

    Posted 3.14.14 Reply
    • Nnenna wrote:

      Me too! Yes, those Revlon Parfumerie polishes are at the top of my list. Let me know what you think if you do try them!

      Posted 3.17.14 Reply
  4. Kimberlee wrote:

    I see myself wearing more purple this spring because of the Radiant Orchid trend. I recently gained a few in my collection :)

    Posted 3.27.14 Reply
    • Nnenna wrote:

      I have several dark purples, but none in the radiant orchid color range!

      Posted 3.28.14 Reply