Favorites: Spring nail polishes

This spring I’ve definitely fallen for the pastel trend that is going on – which you’ll see when it comes to my favorite nail polishes. However, I’ll always wear bright and fun colors in spring/summer as I feel they’re perfect for this season.

I guess it’s no surprise most of my nail polishes are from Essie and that is also where my two favorites are from, which are both pretty pale nudes. Ballet Slippers from Essie is a lovely nude, white-ish color and perfect for everyday use, Not Just a Pretty Face is also from Essie and has the most beautiful pink color! Another color I’m really enjoying this season is the the pastel green/blue from Kiko #345, it’s fun, fresh and really perfect for this spring/summer! I’ve written about Essie Tart Deco before, which I think is a really fun coral/peachy color that looks great on when you’re tanned. Last but not least is the bright, poppy red nail polish from Dior, Trafalgar is definitely a classic color, it’s very bright and passionate and I really enjoy wearing it.

What’s your favorite nail polishes for spring/summer?

Hanne Sagstuen

Norwegian New Yorker Hanne Sagstuen a fashion model, art director and editor in chief. Beautylovin is the website where she shares her take on life, travel, beauty and everything in between.

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  1. anya

    I like all of your nail polishes! <3 My favorites right now are Chanel Coco Blue from Les Jeans de Chanel collection, two nail polishes from Dior Spring collection – Water Lilly and Forget-me-not and Chanel's June from their spring collection!

    1. Dara

      thats great, thanks :) do you know if the monoprix on the rue de rivoli is good for beauty products, or do you have a favourite? :) x

  2. anne

    I have to check “not just a prety face”. have you tried “a crewed interest” (from essie)? Maybe you could like it. i would say the color range is between “tart deco” and “not just a pretty face”. I love it!!

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