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Spring fever in January

January 18, 2012

Chanel welcomes spring nails in citrus pinks and oranges named after their release month. Pictured above, June

Here’s a quick fix to those January blues: nail polish in pretty tulip colours.

Butter London's collection offers higher colour saturation and some metallic shine

Essie's pastel trio for spring 2012

Fruit punch trio at Essie for spring 2012

Chanel's lovely pink hue for May 2012

Nars' vision for spring is intensely bold and beautiful

Diamond violet's metallic shimmer for spring by Nars

OPI's spring 2012 collection reflects the colours of Holland: "vivid tulips, windmill-dotted hillsides and bustling canals"

Zoya's spring pastels. We'll take one of each

Zoya launched a special Fleck Effect of sparklers- we're really into this pretty pink shade

And this stem green, also from Zoya's Fleck Effect collection

What colours will you be applying to your nails this season?

All images courtesy of featured manufacturers. Products widely available in Canada and USA at salons, drug and department stores.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 18, 2012 5:16 pm

    I love the non-sparkly pastel shades, they’re so soft and feminine plus they will blend smoother into my bright outfits! I’ve never heard of some of these brands you’ve shown so I’ll be looking into them now. :)

    Nicole
    http://loyaltofashion.wordpress.com/

    xxx

  2. Jordana permalink
    January 19, 2012 8:25 pm

    I am READY for spring! Today’s snowfall did not impress me. Love Essie’s fruit punch trio. Bright, bright, bright for me to contrast my mainly all-black wardrobe.

  3. Shannon permalink
    January 23, 2012 9:45 am

    I love all of the tulip-colours! So pretty and definitely a great way to beat the January blahs.

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