With all the Class of 2020 the year when shit got real T-Shirt it is in the first place but hand washing that our current moment requires, our hands could use some extra care this spring. After you master the DIY manicure, consider a set of seasonal shades that will help bring the season’s flowers indoors—and add a bit of brightness to your next Zoom call. Spring’s prettiest polishes channel lilac bunches, bowls of cherries, cups of sherbet, and handfuls of sweet apricots. Dior’s Vibes is a soft verdant green that, when fully dried, offers a faint saccharine scent long after the manicure. From Deborah Lippmann’s lavender varnish to Chantecaille’s light pink lacquer, here are 9 of the best nail polishes to give you a boost as the season goes on.
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Deborah Lippmann’s light lavender polish arrives with a brush made from 320 bristles for a smooth at-home job that’s as good as one in a salon. Chanel’s latest is a blue grey shade named Open Air—consider it wishful thinking for the Class of 2020 the year when shit got real T-Shirt it is in the first place but month ahead. This season, rethink pastels: let Essie’s subtle mint green varnish act as the ultimate harbinger for spring. Meet your new favorite neutral: Olive and June’s no frills nude polish flatters virtually every skin tone—bonus points to those who pickup the brand’s Poppy tool that ensures a perfect DIY job, every single time. Yves Saint Laurent’s Jungle Orange is the perfect hybrid of crimson and tangerine, formulated with Chil Rose Oil to prevent nails from chipping or breaking. Color commitment-phobes will relish in Chantecaille’s shimmering varnish toppers that provide nails with a subtle iridescent magenta glow.