Nude Nails for Spring and Summer

 Are you too prude to go nude for spring and summer? The nude nail is an easy to wear color that matches all outfits. Celebrities absolutely love the subtle and neutral nail trend. As you may know I have been a huge fan of pastels for spring so it's no wonder that I am absolutely in love with this trend. Nude nails are just like pastels and definitely make you look and feel feminine and elegant. So you can imagine how excited I was to learn that Zoya has just release a nude collection called Touch. This GORGEOUS collection contains three nudes, and they are definitely must haves. 



 What do you think of Zoya's Touch collection? I think it is absolutely stunning and these colors will definitely be on my nails for a majority of the summer!

How to "nail" the trend
• go lighter or darker than your own skin tone.
• for a very natural look just put on one coat

Spotted: 


 Duchess Kate's wedding nails: Bourjois So Laque Ultra Shine Nail Enamel in Rose Lounge (sold exclusively in the UK) is a barely there pink combined with Essie Allure which is a sheer beige tone.
 For Spring 2011 Fashion Week this past fall Nonie Creme of Butter London created nail polishes that would match each models skin tone.

24 comments :

  1. I really like the color MINKA!

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  2. Yes, I like the nude polish! I wore a light taupe the other day, but I want something even more nude than that. Have a wonderful weekend!
    XO

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  3. I like the nude look. Goes with everything. :)

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  4. I want panadora for my toes!!! Next pedi I am going nude!

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  5. I love nude nails, they are so simple but chic!

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  6. I have been searching for the perfect nude.. I think the "pandora" is where it's at! I love the pink tint.

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  7. OHHHHH Any idea what color is in the 3rd to last picture? Is the Eva L? Beautiful.... I want THAT color:)

    I hope your weekend is fab sweets!
    XO

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  8. great colors as always! I am going to try that Pandora!

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  9. Now these are the colors I love! Nothing flashy, but elegant...

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  10. I love the nude the colors, it'll be a nice change from the clear polish I always wear!

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  11. Can't do better than this. It's so classic. I do my nails myself and find that when I choose a light, nude color it has the same affect as a french manicure, but a little more subtle.

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  12. really loving minka! hope u have a great weekend!!!

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  13. Love the nude colors for spring and summer. Clean and effortless.

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  14. I love nude nails! They actually match with anything...like orange wedges :)

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  15. I never used to be a fan of the nude nail, but lately I have been OBSESSED. It's so chic and goes with everything. Love the "shay" color.

    Thanks for the follow!!

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  16. i really love nude nails. Its a shade that works with every outfit :)

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  17. I love this color palette for nails.
    I actually have a nail color very similar to Minka on my nails now. It looks so clean and fresh.

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  18. My FAVORITE polish right now is nude and it's OPI "nonfat soy half caff"!

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  19. Love the Butter polishes and the fun fact about creating them for models! :)

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  20. I really LOVE!!! the Shay shade, and I've been wanting to get my mitts on some butter polish, but I can't find a store around me that sells it!
    ♥ laura
    the blog of worldly delights

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  21. Love this trend! The pinky version is my favorite- pandora! Gorgeous. Hope you have a nice weekend :)

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  22. Although my nails right now are kind of crazy and painted zebra striped, I do love the nude look and really light colors aswell. So thanks for sharing!!!

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  23. I love nude colors precisely for the reason that it looks good with EVERYTHING! And I love the fact that you can't tell if it's chipped or not. Perfect for the working girl!

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