Check out the latest nail trends for summer 2013! The new magnetic nail polish colours are:
- white nail varnish – the big celebrity beauty trend
- turquoise nail polish – exploding onto the nail scene as of late
- seashell nail lacquer – totally modern light pink that looks cute and pretty on every skin tone
- red nail polish – works pretty well with just about any season of the year at all
White Nail Polish
From Rag & Bone to Moschino, white nail polish was all over the Spring Summer 2013 runways during New York Fashion Week. The hottest nail polish trend for summer is officially here, but in fact, it isn’t new on the fashion scene. It dates back to 1960s when our mothers would wear a transluscent white varnish as a complement to boxy shape mod dresses and polished tresses.
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Turquoise Nail Polish
From cerulean to cobalt, to aqua and turquoise, blue it’s also the latest hit hue. Although this colour may not be your cup of tea, dip your toes (and nails!) in by working different blue shades to find out which one suits you best. Blue has this amazing ability of creating a veneer of sophistication and edginess. Am I being persuasive? You’d better try it yourself!
Seashell Nail Polish
This particular OPI nail varnish was voted Best Nail Polish in Seventeen magazine’s Best Beauty Awards. According to celeb manicurist Deborah Lippman, creamy opaque shades are a bolder way to wear neutrals. This means that a light pink AKA sheashell creme nail polish will work as great with just one coat. You can still apply more coats to make this sassy pink stand out.
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Red Nail Polish
What colour will get you noticed, go wonderfully with whatever you have on and emphasize your feminine attraction? The answer is simple: red nail polish that never goes out of style. Sure, trendy manicures are fun. But not everyone works in an office where mint green fingertips are gonna fly. All in all, red is the ultimate colour according to celebrity manicurist Fiona Hay.