Spring Nail Colors

One-Piece Swimwear

For me, it’s all about pinks, nudes, and creams when it comes to nail colors this time of year. Honestly, I wear a light cream (OPI Lisbon Wants Moor) most of the year, but in the spring I like to add a little bit more color.

When I polish my nails at home, I always follow the steps that I shared on this post. I get the best results from Essie Gel Couture, but Olive & June is next in line. More than anything, spending the time to prep your nail beds for polish will help it last as long as possible.

The nail polishes above are: Olive & June HZ, CCT, and JM  and Essie Gel Couture Polished and Poised, Lace is More, Gossamer Garments, Fairy Tailor.


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Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog says · 03.10.20

Love these shades! Thanks for sharing! ❤️✨

Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

Sarah O says · 03.12.20

I don’t understand how people can paint their nails at home and have them dry well enough to look nice. The other night I got myself all ready for bed, painted my nails and waited TWO HOURS for them to dry. I was just sitting there reading. The next morning I notice some of them have that weird look when they get smudged by sheets. How is two hours not long enough for them to dry? How do y’all do it?

Anna says · 03.12.20

Wait for them to dry a little the run cold water over them and pat dry! Works greats for me every time! 😁

Devorah S says · 03.13.22

OPI makes a quick dry spray that works really well! My nails are dry to the touch after about 3 minutes and I’m just careful with them for about an hour.

Laurie says · 03.13.22

Try CND Vinylux Weekly Topcoat.
It dries quickly—it’s the best. I always do my nails at night and haven’t had those sheet marks since I’ve been using this.

regs says · 03.17.20

Great idea, thanks for sharing!

lexie ioannou says · 06.08.20

i love following you