All The Spring Nail Polishes You Need to Stock Up On

Kristen Bousquet
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All The Spring Nail Polishes You Need to Stock Up On
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With pastel pinks, sky blues and tons of nudes, it seems that this spring will not disappoint when it comes to nail lacquer. And while we regularly proclaim each and every season as our favorite for nail polishes, we can’t deny that the springtime selection has really caught our eye.

We’re suggesting that you stock up now while all the new spring colors are still in stock! From essie to Deborah Lippmann, there are incredible polishes for anyone’s style. Click through the slideshow and see some of standout hues to start wearing now.

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This creamy, almost see-through nail color is dressed up with tiny speaks of multicolored glitter.
(NCLA Nail Polish in Posh and Privileged, $18, shopncla.com)

Not quite pink but not quite purple, this color is what's described as a muted lavender—and it belongs on your fingertips.
(Smith & Cult Nail Lacquer in Fauntleroy, $18, smithandcult.com)

Each of the pastels in this set is mixed with a white base to make the soft, milky hue really pop on your nail.
(Sephora Formula X Nail Polish Set in White Party, $22.50, sephora.com)

This is exactly what we'd envision the color "lemondrop" to look like.
(LVX Nail Polish in Lemondrop, $16, shoplvx.com)

Try a feminine peach with this polish that comes with a brush that has twice the amount of bristles inn it than a regular brush. This is said to give you a coat with less streaks, which is definitely important with pastel shades.
(Lauren B Beauty in Nude No. 1, $18, laurenbbeauty.com)

Go for a metallic in a feminine hue and at unbeatable price.
(Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Nail Polish in Pleasure Model, $10, occmakeup.com)

This bright and peppy guava pink is the polish you paint with before you head off to that spring break vacation.
(Smith & Cult Nail Lacquer in Plastic Beach, $18, smithandcult.com)

Maybe opaque color isn't for you, but you don't have to pass on the pastels because of it. Try a lacquer with a sheer finish.
(Formula X Sheer Strength Nail Polish in Wondrous, $12.50, sephora.com)

Who could argue with a polish named after one of the most decadent sweets?
(LVX Nail Polish in Macaroon, $16, shoplvx.com)

As the weather warms up, give coral a chance.
(Butter London Nail Lacquer in Kerfuffle, $15, sephora.com)

This color is just the right mix between a minty green and a lime.
(Dolce & Gabbana The Nail Lacquer in 710 Mint, $25.50, sephora.com)

A pale pink is always a good idea.
(Nails Inc Nail Polish in Lily Road, $14, sephora.com)

This blue polish belongs in your collection.
(Deborah Lippmann Creme Nail Lacquer in Blue Orchid, $18, sephora.com)

If you're into pink and sparkly, well, this is for you.
(WHIM Bold Glitters Nail Lacquer in Is My Tiara On Straight, $10, ulta.com)

If you really want to stay away from a chipped manicure, try at at-home gel formula.
(Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish in Tea Party, $10, target.com)

This nude-white color looks great on its own and helps give brighter colors more of a pop when used as a light base coat.
(essie Cashmere Matte in "Wrap Me Up, $8.50, ulta.com)

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