New Season, New Manicure – The Nail Polish Shades You Need To Know

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Fight manicure boredom with this season’s latest varnish releases, the must-have manicure shades inspired by the spring/summer fashion runways. If you’re a girl that mixes and matches her mani according to your mood and the weather (yep that’s us) its time for a flattering new shade. Hello, spring colours.

Grey

Laid back meets polished, grey looks chic all year-round go with a cool variation during the warmer months for a spring-y feel. Opt for a blue toned pastel grey as seen at Monse and Brock.

Cobalt

Gucci splashed this never boring cobalt shade across its runways and we love it. Go big or go home! We’re wearing this shade on the weekend.

White

Neutrals are back on trend and white nails are feminine and surprisingly sophisticated. Think you can’t pull off this all white look? Our manicurists tip: it’s all about choosing the correct off-white shade to suit your skin tone.

Yellow

Splashes of neon: this trend is making us dream of summer already. Whether you go for a Dior inspired bright citrus shade on short, square nails or a neon french over a neutral base, this bold hue will look uh-mazing, especially with a bronzed summer glow.

Black

Don’t store that black away just yet, Vera Wang proves that with a simple negative space design, black is back on the menu for spring/summer 2017. Bare or cut out moons alongside minimalist black accents steal the show!

UMani

We’ve got all the latest spring shades in our professional kits. Let our Sparistas ensure your hands are perfectly polished. Book a Spa Mani & Pedi, starting from £68. Download the USPAAH app from the App Store or Google Play.

If you have any questions, please email concierge@uspaah.com or call 020 7101 3534

2 thoughts on “New Season, New Manicure – The Nail Polish Shades You Need To Know

  1. Neon colors will look really stunning as an accent to your nails. Use dark shades like midnight blue or pitch black and then grab your fave neon nail polish and create a dot design on a simple 2 thin stroke design. It really makes your nails pop up.

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