If you want to know how to nail it , here are some ideas. To find the most anticipated shades for warmer weather, the Cut spoke to eight celebrity and editorial experts about what they’re feeling. , Sarah Gibson Tuttle of Olive & June salon in L.A., and Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, the founder of OPI, talk about what they’re over, their favorite trends, and why everyone is suddenly feeling yellow, lemony nail polish — even in Korea.
I gasped when I opened this box of Chanel nail polishes and saw bright yellow. I can’t wait to incorporate it into an upcoming look. I’m extremely into both primary colors and soft pastels for spring.
I also love a soft oval nail shape. It elongates your fingers which is extremely flattering! Negative space and subtly tying in your nail design to part of your outfit is something I’ll be having fun with all the way into summer.
Orange: It’s an unlikely color for spring but I think it’s the hero of the season. It could be anywhere from tangerine to apricot. I think it’s inspired by the warmth and sunshine we are all looking forward to feeling and seeing!
I’ve had a lot of requests lately for short-oval nails, too. I think by spring everyone is ready for a fresh nail trim to remove the split ends (yes, nails get split ends too).
I am loving soft corals for spring. They’re a bit more poppy than the pastel pinks or oranges. They are super cheerful and fun and great for every skin tone. Also, I’m all about right now — little ones or big ones, a lot or a little. I’m loving a bling-y nail. I’m just not feeling Easter egg nails — don’t do that.
I recently went to Korea where I had my nails done by the most famous nail artist in Korea, . We both immediately said yellow — and I just saw it again on her Instagram Stories! But we are also feeling neon pastels, especially blue. I like multiple accent nails too, versus one nail of design. It feels more fun and less forced.
I am embracing yellow! It’s inspired by the energy of the sun. Yellow brings happiness and joy into our lives. This season, yellow is all about wearability. If you pick a medium tone, it will look good against most skin tones. I am putting away my dark shades this spring.
For spring, I am really feeling pink beige nudes because I am dreaming of warmer months and it reminds me of walking barefoot on a sandy beach. I just visited Harbour Island and the sand was this perfectly pink beige. I’m moving away from blues — it felt as though everyone was wearing one last spring, but it doesn’t feel as fresh anymore. A simple and classic shape is what I’m liking, a short square nail with rounded edges.
Lavender stood out as a runway favorite this year. I’ve been seeing a lot of interest in quintessential floral spring shades. I’m also feeling dots — anything from single dots to multiple “Ben Day” dots (like Roy Lichtenstein used in ). They’re playful and easy to use. I’m not as into long pointy nails or ombre, I think that look has run its course.
I’m really into light pink, dark green, and yellow for spring. I think it’s because of , from seeing the green in resort leaf prints and the yellow from a new bronzer I’m using. I’m always about a slim, tapered oval shape too. My go-to shades year-round though are Lovers’ Creep and These are my year-round go-to shades.
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