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Spring is here! And while we all love a little OPI Lincoln Park After Dark, it’s time to put away the moody nail polish for a bit. Instead, brush a lighter, brighter color on your nails — like green. Yes, if TikTok is any indicator, green nails are going to be the “it” color of the season.
The green that’s trending is a light, bright green — nothing too dark or forest-like. Think of this spring’s trending green as the color of fresh-cut grass, tulip stems, celery juice or even mint chocolate chip ice cream. Don’t get it confused with last year’s neon Kelly green trend, though. It’s a tad more toned down than that.
OK, if you want to see the green colors that I’m talking about, take a look below at three nail polishes to help you get the look this spring.
This creamy green color from OPI is part of its new spring collection, and the brand describes it as a “honeydew” shade.
If you’re not sure you can do a full-on bright green nail, Essie’s Turquoise & Caicos one has a more blueish, pastel, minty tone. The shade is one of Essie’s classics if you ask me.
OK, this one is for the bolder gals who like sipping margaritas by the pool. Have your nails match your cocktail with Orly’s one-step mani — you don’t need to use a base coat or a top coat with this formula.
You may recognize Gucci as a bold fashion brand, so it’s no surprise it offers this striking green in its nail polish line. The name is a nod to the Broadway hit, “Wicked.”
If you like a little shimmer, this polish from Urban Outfitters delivers. According to reviewers, this polish dries quickly, too.
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