There's a few key trends for nails this spring,one in particular that I have worn for a while now is nudes and taupes.
This is my second bottle of this mushroom brown colour, it's by Nails inc and is called Jermyn Street. I wore this quite a bit last summer and got asked a million times what it was so thought i'd share.
It's definately an investment as its a shade that looks good in autumn too.
My nails aren't very long at the moment but nude colours elongate the fingers giving a more elegant look.
The 3 shades
O.P.I- Dulce de Leche
Colour-beige with a slight orange undertone
Avoid- if you have very pale skin as it can make hands look old
Price-varys but I find the are priced around £10
Nails inc- Jermyn Street
Colour-greyish beige, quite dark on pale skin
Avoid-if you have dark skin this will look lost on you, go for bright colours and reds
Will suit everyone
Price-again differs depending on store average £6.50
TIP# When doing a D.I.Y manicure use a cuticle oil after the top coat has dried to keep cuticles soft and nails healthy.
I use Nail inc's vitamin E oil pen. It has a lovely lavender scent and ideally fits into any handbag which is perfect for keep your nails neat and hydrated.