Spring 2017 Nail Polish Picks | Collab with Zenorah

Hi loves! Today I’m collabing with my beautiful friend Zenorah to share with you our Spring 2017 Nail Polish Picks. These are the polishes I chose.

Spring is one of my favorite seasons of the year. The weather is so stunning in Miami and it just means it’s closer to Summer which is my absolute FAVE! My friend Zenorah is a YouTube beauty vlogger. She does everything from makeup to nail polish reviews. If you haven’t subscribed to her channel yet, check her out! She is gorgeous, super sweet, and has the BEST Trini accent ever!

 

Let’s take a look at the polishes I chose for my Spring 2017 Picks!

LOVIE DOVIE BY ESSIE

This is a bubblegum pink creme. It was a tad bit streaky, so it took me 2.5 coats to reach full opacity. It was thick but manageable. I love it though because it gives me an instant tan!

 

SKYLARK BY SINFULCOLORS

This is a creamsicle peachy creme. Ahhhhhhh…. perfection. I adore this polish! The formula is a teeny bit watery, so don’t overload your brush otherwise you will flood your cuticles and the sides of your nails. I’m obsessed with this polish.

 

FROSTING BY ORLY

This is an off-white creme filled with gold flakie shimmer. YUM! It really does remind me of the frosting on a cupcake. It was a bit patchy but it’s even after 3 coats.

I love this for Spring because it’s a pastel shade but so golden! Doesn’t it look like champagne?

 

CUTEAPILLAR BY SALLY HANSEN

This is a dusty aqua green creme. Thin formula so make sure not to overload your brush with this one. 2 coats is perfection!

 

HYDRANGEA KISS BY COLOR CLUB

This is a gorgeous pastel lilac creme. Ok so Hydrangeas are my fave flowers on the planet, so this automatically puts this polish in my fave category. This shade is the epitome of Spring!! I love it. It’s opaque in 2 easy coats, but does have a thin formula so apply carefully.

 

You can watch my live swatch video of all of these pretties on my YouTube channel here:

 

Which one of these did you love? What is your go-to polish for Spring?