Images of nail polish bottles from Polyvore.
I cannot get enough of the candy soft and pastel nail trend. I recently bought the Rimmel baby pink nail lacquer shade because it reminds me of candy floss/cotton candy and that is always a good thing!
On Friday I wore Utopia by Models Own for the first time(as pictured in collage). It was part of a sample pack sent to me. I only wore for it for a day, so did not get to test it’s staying power but I did like the soft lilac meets grey meets cream shade. Although Models Own has a wide range of colours, for me it is their interesting take on pastel nail polish that intrigues me. I like that their collection features colours that you don’t usually get in baby soft version. With colours like a pastel lilac nail polish to a soft green nail polish.
In the recent past I did a feature on another trendsetting Chanel nail polish. I wrote about the Chanel Particuliere grey meets beige meets clay shade here.
Since then it seems clay/putty nail lacquer shades keep popping up everywhere. On the other spectrum, are nude nail polish hues. I scored a bottle of Revlon’s Copperglaze Platinum nail colour not too long ago at a shopping outlet. It is a perfect nude hue with a slight shimmer (as pictured in collage).
Rewind to 1997, I had a neon purple nail polish on my nails. Me and neon nails have come a long way. I love Barry M’s range of Neon nail varnish. I must state though that I only wear a colour for short periods at a time, so I’ve never tested it’s durability or wear. All I know is the company is taking a lot of Marian’s pennies, I have a hill high of the stuff.
I cannot get enough of the above three nail trends. They are the main spring summer 2010 nail polish colour trends . Your fingernails will be begging you to paint them into trend!
Please Note: I only recommend the above nail polishes in reference to their palette/colour. I cannot speak for their durability or wear.
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Photo Credit: Images used in collage are from Polyvore