So it's starting to get brighter, but not only that it's starting to get warmer, well besides today so guess what time it is; time to get out those Spring nail polishes! Today I've got you 5 of my favourite nail polishes that I keep applying now that it has hit Spring.
First up is a gorgeous lilac from Bourjois, named peace and mauve. It is a really really pale lilac, more of an off-white colour. It is part of the range so laque glossy, designed to last for up to 10 days. Whilst I'm not quite sure it lasts ten days without chipping, paired with Seche Vite top coat and my Rimmel base coat it sure lasts a good 3-4 days before chipping.
Next is everybody's favourite from Essie - mint candy apple! A gorgeous pale green colour that is perfect for every single day in Spring and Summer. My only snipe with this one is I don't find it lasts as long as some of my cheaper nail polishes, but hey the colour is too good not to use.
Another Bourjois favorite of mine is up next, from the original so laque collection. The shade doesn't seem to be written in English but I'm sure due to its unique colour you'll spot it immediately if you want to pick it up. This Bourjois polish is a gorgeous cyan blue colour, much brighter than the first two I mentioned and extremely glossy. I love this polish.
Another bright polish for Spring, and also another favourite of mine is the Barry M Gelly Hi-Shine polish in papaya. I picked this shade up last Summer after it instantly catching my eye - it's a gorgeous orange coral shade that works perfectly with many of my Spring and Summer outfits. It also lasts really well on my nails without chipping (generally 5-7 days).
The final nail polish I've gone for to complete my top 5 Spring nails for you is huckleberry, another shade from the Barry M Hi-Shine Gelly collection - this time a gorgeous pale blue shade. I love this shade as it literally matches anything and everything, it's an extremely easy every day shade.
And that's all of my favourite nail polishes for Spring, what have you been wearing lately? Is there anything I need to pick up?