And you thought I was done with all the outdoor garden shots ;) What can I say – last weekend was just too gorgeous not to make the most of. Photo chat aside, this Sunday share I wanted to show you all the bright and Spring inspired nail varnishes that have been adorning my nails in recent weeks. I find that I go through phases with my nail varnishes, I either pop on a new shade every weekend like clockwork or weeks can pass without a single lacquer being applied. With a bounty full of Spring and bright shades popping out in my collection, it’s been impossible to ignore them and not lift my manicure into the Spring season.
Nails Inc Gel Effect Polish in Soho Place and Kensington Palace* – if you are looking for a long lasting polish with shine to match, the Nails Inc Gel Effect Range is all you need. With a super glossy finish that you can achieve with a mere two applications, you don’t need a UV lamp to get a manicure that will last the week. The shades are bright and and super pigmented, the perfect Spring nail.
Barry M Matte Nail Polish in 4 332 Vanilla* – if matte is more your thing, Barry M will be your BFF. A chic and sophisticated polish that gives a more natural manicure, this will be perfect if you have a Spring wedding in your diary or wanted something a tad more neutral on your nails. The lasting power is still pretty impressive and the shade looks effortless once applied.
Maybelline Forever Strong Professional Nail Varnish in 635 Surreal – this will give you a sunshine ready pop to your nails that suits those wanting to be a bit higher on the bold scale. With a super wide brush application is a dream and even a single coat gives you a strong colour coverage. Perfect if you need to top up your manicure on the go.
Essie Fashion Playground – I couldn’t do a nail varnish edit without mentioning Essie now could I?! This shade is utter Spring perfection. A pastel minty green offering, my fav by far, and the finish it simply beautiful. It makes your manicure look clean and effortless and the colour suits a multitude of skin tones and outfits.