As the days get warmer, it’s time to switch out your muted winter nail polish for brighter spring manicures. Leave behind the dark blues, browns, and reds in favor of bright blues, pinks, and oranges.
Today we’re sharing the spring colors and designs trending in nail salons nationwide. Spring is a time for trying new things, so why not pick a color from this list you’ve never worn before?
Spring Nail Colors
Nude polish is a low-maintenance color that still makes your nails look classy. It also pairs perfectly with the trendy, clean girl aesthetic.
This light purple shade is a subtle way to bring color to your manicure. Pick a shimmer formula to make it more eye-catching.
Robin’s Egg Blue
Nothing says “spring” more than robin egg blue. It falls between sky blue and turquoise, bringing a pop of color to your nails.
A warm coral color always looks great in spring. Wear it for the first beach trip of the season or to a spring wedding.
Sage is a soft alternative to spring’s standard bright greens. It’s gentle, refined, and novel.
Rose nail polish is a beautiful mature shade of pink. It also looks terrific in a shimmer formula.
Butter yellow lets you channel the warmth of spring without going full-on highlighter. It’s a beautiful shade for Easter or any other spring event.
For more neutral nails, choose a nice tan. The light brown shade is a great twist on the nude mani.
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour nails sparked a trend of mismatched manicures with a different color on each nail. The trick is to choose a few neutral shades to balance the look.
Glitter is shimmer’s fun younger sister. Start with your base shade and top it with a chunky glitter polish to achieve the look.
This spring is all about the micro French manicure. Rather than the full half-moon, this look only uses a sliver of color at the nail’s tip.
Spring and florals always go hand in hand. This year the trend is dainty, vintage floral nail art.
Retro is in due to trends like Daisy Jones and the Six and Y2K. Use 70s funky stripes or 2000s smiley faces as inspiration for your next manicure.
Which color or design do you want to try this spring?