Spring Nail Trends: To Wear or Not to Wear
If there is one thing I love, it’s a new nail trend. Each season there are tons of new things like textures, patterns, and colors that are all the rage. However, not every trend is for everyone. In this blog post we will go over some of the most popular trends for spring nails and how you can wear them.
Pastel Color Nails
Pastel color nails hit the scene last year and have made their way back around again. Pastel nails are great because they look good on anyone and can match any outfit you put together. If you aren’t into pastels, then you can try a slightly brighter shade like a light pink or peach tone. Pastel color nails are great because they add just enough color that they stand out but aren’t too bold.
Nude Color Nails
Nude color nails have been around for quite some time now but haven’t made their way back around as a big trend yet. I personally love nude nails because they look good on everyone and give off a classy vibe compared to their counterpart (that being the french manicure). You can also try using darker nude shades for a more dramatic look! I would recommend going with darker shades if
It’s that time of year again–spring is finally here and it’s time to bring our nails back to life! Here are a few trends to guide you through these next few months.
The “It” colors of this season are colors such as: dusty pink, mint green, baby blue, and lavender. They can be used for a variety of different nail designs. They can be worn alone or used for nail art. The only downsize is that their light colors may not last as long as darker shades.
2. Smoky Nails
A fun trend that has recently made an appearance is the smoky nail trend. This trend is meant to give the nail a smoky look by using a lot of glitter polish on top of a base color such as black or dark gray. It can add some edge to your everyday outfit and will definitely draw some attention to your nails! The downside? This look can be hard to pull off, so it’s best done by a professional and can be expensive (if doing at home you will require many layers).
Spring has sprung, the weather is warming up and it’s time to get those nails done! But what’s in for 2014? Let’s find out:
Pastel hues are always in for the spring season, but this year the trend is leaning more towards a textured nail. At the Tory Burch Spring 2014 show, models were seen wearing a pastel jelly ombré with a matte top coat. The pale pink to yellow gradient was pretty but not too bright for spring.
The Good: Pastels are great for spring because they can go with any skin tone. The matte trend makes the ombré even better because it gives it more dimension and makes the color pop!
The Bad: The only bad thing about the pastel trend is that it can look cheap. A nice way of making sure that doesn’t happen is by adding some sparkle to your nails. That can be done with a glitter base coat or a light layer on top of your ombré.
Spring is here, and the new nail color trends are popping up everywhere. From the runways to your local nail salon, it is hard to avoid all of the beautiful pastel colors. In my quest for fabulous nails, I have been searching for the best ways to create this look at home without spending a lot of money. After many trial and errors, I have discovered that not all polishes are created equal.
I am particularly fond of the pastels. They are fun, fresh and flirty which is exactly what I want in Spring! The first product I will review is Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in “Mystery”. It comes with a base coat, top coat, growth treatment and color. While there are many benefits to purchasing this product such as a faster drying time than most polishes, it also has some big drawbacks. First off, the brush on this polish is huge! It was so big that I didn’t feel comfortable painting my own nails! Also the polish was very thick and goopy which made it difficult to get even coverage on my nails. The color was also way off from what I saw in the bottle. If you are looking for a pastel yellow nail polish, I would suggest looking elsewhere!
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This spring, pastel colors are set to be a big hit in the fashion world. From clothing to nails, the catwalks have been awash with soft, muted colors.
Soft pastel nail polish is easy to wear and suits all skin tones. If you have pale skin, opt for a pink toned color such as candy floss pink or blush pink. If you have darker skin or a red undertone, choose mint green or lilac for a pretty spring look.
If you have never worn pastel nail polish before, you may be surprised by how much of a statement it makes! The key is to choose one that complements your outfit and works with your skin tone.
Spring is the perfect time to try out pastel color nails. From mint to cotton candy pink, these are the colors that are everywhere right now. You can paint your nails yourself at home or go to the salon and get a manicure. I prefer going to the salon because it’s fun and relaxing, but it’s a little more expensive.
Pastel color nails are fun and trendy. My favorite color is mint because it goes with everything and you can wear it all year round. Some people might think pastels are too juvenile for their age group, but anyone can pull them off easily. The best part is that they’re easy to take off when you want to change your polish!
Just because the weather is getting warmer doesn’t mean it’s time to start wearing colors that resemble a summer sunset. Pastel colors are great for spring, but when applying them to your nails, sometimes less is more. The key is to use one pastel color per nail. This gives a clean look and makes other colors “pop” against the pastel color. You can also add a neutral pastel color to your ring finger nail as an accent. If you want to try something different, you can use two different pastel colors on two nails and paint the rest of your nails with a neutral color to give an ombre effect. While pastels are usually soft and muted tones, you can use one really bright pastel color on each of your nails too! This will give your nails some extra pizazz without looking too flashy.
It’s safe to say that pastels are perfect for spring, but they can also be worn all year round. They’re incredibly versatile and can work well with any outfit or theme. If you’re in the mood for something different but don’t want neons or dark colors, then try out pastels!