Every season has something special about it. Every nail polish color and shade has something special about it. Match them together and you’ve really got something! Stick to the Seasonal Color Scheme!
The best tip when picking a color that matches the season is to match your nail polish to the colors nature is providing at that certain time.
In Spring stick with bright yet pastel based colors! The best tip when picking a color that matches the season is to match your nail polish to the colors nature is providing at that certain time. Go with light neutrals, pastel greens, oranges, and pinks. Make sure not to get too bright of colors, that’s summers job! Adding a top coat with glitter in it is a good way to bump up the nail color you already had on! Stripes, and animal print designs work great if you want a patterned nail look, keep it simple though!\
In Summer go crazy with color. Neons, brights and lights all work wonderfully. Green, pink, orange, blue, yellow, and white are all great choices. Summer is the biggest and best time to wear all of your bright nail polish colors because they wont work very well with any other season. All patterned designs will look great, don’t be shy, go crazy with designs and patterns on this one! Think Color!
My Favorite Season! This is when darker, matte colors work best. Plums, browns, dark neutrals, dark oranges, dark pinks, teals and purples are all great options. Stay away from greens and blues, yellows and oranges. Those are just to bright of colors for what the weather is like. Crackle looks nice with plums, it gives your nail a very dimensional look, very cool!
Dark colors are great for this season, as well as texture! Deep reds, black, grays, dark plums and purples, dark sugary textured colors work amazingly. Crackle is also a good textured nail polish to use. Layering dark colors looks nice and interesting as well!
Although these are colors that work best with each season, you can wear whatever you want! Your nails, your choice! Mix and match or try out this nail guide!
– Marta Yousif