A tale of two pretties

Forget last season’s nudes and noirs, right now punchy hues and sugary pastels are the perfect partners for the catwalk trends that are making waves on the high street too.

A tale of two pretties
Loving Cuban ruffles and tropical frocks? You’ll want a juicy yellow to set them off.
Rocking the deconstructed shirting look? An ivory shade is what you’re after.
And the colour of the season, pink, is represented on both sides of the spectrum, from raspberry to sugared almond.

From pale to eye-popping, these are our top polish picks…

Iz Beauty Wild Sage Gel Effect Nail Polish, £6, izbeauty.co.uk;
Rimmel Super Gel Nail Polish Coral Queen, £5.99, Superdrug, superdrug.com;
Diego Dalla Palma Bleu Canard Nail Polish, £10, Marks and Spencer, marksandspencer.com;
Essie Gel Couture Bridal Collection ‘Lace to the Alter’ by Monique Lhuillier, £9.99 Boots, boots.com;

Orly ‘Head in the Clouds’ Nail Lacquer, £7.95, NailPolishDirect.co.uk;
House of Holland by Elegant Touch Foil Fade Nails, £8.99, Asos.com

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