Five of the best gel nail polish colours for spring

Winter is on its way out, and we’re so ready to ditch those woolly gloves and let our nails see the light of day again. To help you do the same, we’ve put together a collection of the best nail colours for spring, based on the Pantone Color Institute’s Fashion Color Trend Report.

And what’s more, all of these colours are vegan and cruelty free, with no added harsh chemicals: the perfect way to celebrate the power of nature.

LIVELY LAVENDER

Inspired by Pantone’s Sweet Lilac hue, we’ve selected this soft, pale purple shade. The likes of Valentino and Chanel were all over this colour at the big four fashion weeks. It’s fun, but muted enough to fit any occasion. Wear it to work, or pair with floaty dresses for an extra feminine look.


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BUFF BRILLIANCE

Natural ingredients, natural look - this nude pink-brown colour will add a touch of class to any outfit. Soybean, ballet pink and creamy tan shades are set to be big this spring/summer, so this warm, subtle gel nail colour is bang on trend.




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INTRIGUING IRIS

This rich, striking blue gel nail polish has subtle purple undertones. Pair it with vibrant yellow accessories for the ultimate spring look. It’s similar to Pantone’s ‘Princess Blue’, an electric shade that sent shockwaves up the fashion week catwalks this year.



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POPPY PATIENCE

Warm coral colours are where it’s at this coming season. Poppy Patience gel nail polish, which combines pink and gold shades, is just full of the joys of spring. It’s perfect for a wedding, or a spring getaway. Pair with green, brown or metallic tones.



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BERRY BALANCE

Rather like Pantone’s Jester Red, this sultry scarlet with a hint of burgundy. is an all-year-round favourite.



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For more colours, check out the whole Nailtural nail polish selection. They’re vegan, and contain 85% bio-sourced ingredients such as potato, corn and wheat. And with 22 shades to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.