Purple with a generous dose of blue is edgy enough to satisfy the daring but still girly enough for more reserved types – no wonder it’s Pantone’s color of the year.
Bridging the gap between metallics and nudes, a neutral-toned gold plays Best Supporting Accessory like a champ.
Holographic glitz is huge this spring – dip your toes (and fingers) into the trend with this sparkling silver version.
Daffodil yellow gives nails a springy update that’s more unexpected than traditional pink.
For when you can’t decide if you’re feeling more like moody winter shades or spring-y brights, this transitional season pink with hints of grey fits the bill perfectly.
Hints of cocoa make this sultry purple incredibly skintone-friendly.
Grey looks chic year-round. Go with a cool variation during the warmer months for a spring-y feel.
A punch of juicy orange is just what you need to spring forward into a new season.
Subtle bronze shimmer makes this ocean-blue polish a beach vacation in a bottle.
Spring-ify your go-to inky nail shade with a splash of glitter.
Bold cobalt is one of the season’s must-have colors – we like this densely-pigmented version.
Every polish wardrobe requires a classic nude. This spring, try an ultra-creamy neutral like this cafe au lait.
Mix on-trend metallics with multi-chrome sheen for an unexpected, goes-with-anything shade that will put most neutrals to shame.
Silky seafoam green feels like a breath of fresh air on nails that have been living on the dark side all winter.