6 Nail Polishes We’re Coveting

For Delightful Digits, Check Out These 6 Nail Polishes

By Courtney Leiva

Tired of deep and dark nail colors staining your nail beds?

It’s time to ditch those intense shades and fall in love with these airy and carefree hues.

Love precious pastels? How about striking teals? No matter what your color preference may have, try any of these spring nail polished for that on-point mani.

So, move over dark digits, there’s a fairer finger in town!

6 Nail Polishes We’re Coveting

For fresh lilacs…unlike the deep wines of the former season, spring lilacs give your nail beds a boost graceful elegance. Looking great with either a glossy or matte finish, we love the Deborah Lippmann Gel Lab Pro Nail Polish in Afternoon Delight, ($20) as it captures that blooming hue, while remaining vigilant against chipping.

For pretty periwinkles… not entirely blue, yet not exactly purple; we love the Butter London Kip Nail Lacquer, ($15) as it dresses up nails in a opaque, skycloud shimmer perfect for spring (without being too girly!).

For soft mints… rock a creamy pistachio hue with the essie Nail Color Fashion Playground, ($8.50) which gives nails that fashion forward finish. Alternatively, accent your basic French with this polish instead for a modern take on the classic white tips.

For bold teals… Just because it’s spring, doesn’t mean you have to rock pastel nail polish. Instead, if you’re craving something electrifying, try Chrome Girl Nail Lacquer in Mercury In Retrograde ($12) for an out of this world glittery finish.

For sky blues… Remember when Hard Candy Sky Blue first debuted (circa 5th grade) and suddenly the world of possibility was at your finger tips (literally)? Well, the anniversary hue may be perpetually out of stock on Walmart, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock the shade. This spring, fall in love with the Morgan Taylor Water Baby Nail Polish ($9) for a chic pastel finish without any of toxic ingredients found in many polishes, you can expect only long-lasting color upon shade application.

For rosy pinks… easily our favorite springtime color, year after year, is a rosy pastel pinks give your nails that sophisticated romance easily. For true unbeatable lacquer, try the Nuance Salma Hayek Nail Lacquer New Primrose 330 ($5.99) for long wear radiance. It’s just sheer enough, just pink enough, and just neutral enough to be just about perfect.