It's a Fact: These Best-Selling Nail Colors Look Better on Your Toes
Believe it or not, the pedicure season is nearing the bend in the river, which gives you a good excuse to start planning your Polish MO. (If you're a pink person, we feel certain in those 20 colors right now - just throw that out.)
For the past few seasons, electric neon or pastel shades like mint have been the pedicure recipe of choice, but this year we're bringing some new colors to the mix on time for your next salon appointment. Yes, scarlet red wines and nude photos are always on the Polish menu for our toes, but we also want to introduce more unexpected nail colors like dusty olive, jeans blue, and antique peach and pink shades for you. In advance we present the 12 best pedicure colors that you can experiment with this season. You should also snap up the exact nail polishes before they fly off the shelves.
# 12: Denim Blue
Tenoverten nail polish in Austin ($ 18)
Navy blue is classic, but a lighter shade of blue inspired by jeans is more like the spring season.
Jinsoon nail polish in aero ($ 18)
# 11: Dusty olive
Essie Expressie Fast Drying Nail Polish in Precious Cargo-Go! ($ 9)
Olive green appears to be an unlikely pedicure color, but it's a surprisingly flattering option for your toes this spring. It goes with pretty much anything and is a fresh alternative to the tired and anticipated mix of peppermint candies or neons. (I'm particularly obsessed with Essie's 8-free, quick-drying formula above!)
J. Hannah Artichoke ($ 0)
# 10: Peaches 'n' Cream
J.Hannah nail polish in Himalayan salt ($ 19)
Imagine this perfect pedicure color as a rich, elegant alternative to your usual salon order of light pink or coral. J.Hannah's lighter option feels more subtle, but if you're looking for something a little more intense this season, we've got a moment with Smith & Cult's antique pink shade.
Smith & Cult nail polish in Love Lust Lost ($ 20)
# 9: Go Buff
Chanel Le Vernis longwear nail color in particulate ($ 28)
Nothing will be more iconic than naked. For those who want to polish without fuss, this is an easy option for your feather pedicure aesthetic.
Zoya nail polish in Laura ($ 10)
# 8: pink
Orly nail polish in lips like sugar ($ 10)
Pink has made a comeback without clichés, and we are here for it. This color can be more pink-pink or purple-pink - choose your poison!
OPI Infinite Shine nail polish in V-I-Pink passports ($ 11)
# 7: Real turquoise
Christian Louboutin Beauty Nail Polish in Dragonflash ($ 30)
A breathtaking compromise between blue and green - and one of the ultimate colors to dip your toes into this season.
OPI Infinite Shine nail polish in Verde Nice to meet you ($ 13)
# 6: Baroque purple
Oribe nail polish in lavender smoke ($ 32)
Immerse yourself in a shimmering purple shade or go more subtle with a smoky lavender shade. Purple tones are always relevant when it comes to the best pedicure colors.
OPI Hue is the artist? ($ 7)
# 5: Shiny hematite
Olive & June nail polish in E + M ($ 8)
When in doubt, black is always the answer. Yes, even on tiptoe and even in spring! It is unexpected and the superior color choice if you want to hide sand or other inevitable damage that your pedicure can cause when you are more outdoors. The key? Keep it ultra-shiny with a durable topcoat (like the Olive & June formula below) and reapply every few days.
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