Which natural nail polish lines have the best colors for spring?

Spring is officially on its way, bringing bright, playful nail colors with it. Who has the best seasonal shades in the natural nail sphere?

nail polishBy Alexandra Spunt for

Because I get my nails done so rarely, when I do it feels like Christmas. This past weekend I had a special event up in Canada, and my first mani-pedi plan was my usual: some kind of deep red on my toes, and a buff on my nails. But as I started to look through the OPI selection (I know, I know, big-three free but a far cry from clean), I saw myself drawn to something fresher. So I found a fun bright pink for my toes.

But then out of the corner of my eye, I spotted the new spring colors. So pop! I reached for a kind of electric coral, and after some deliberation decided I would do my hands and toes in this bright wonder.

Colors are big, we know, and I don’t think that trend is or should be changing anytime soon. But suddenly my nails have me all excited to explore, and I’m wondering: Who has the best bright shades in the natural nail sphere?

So spill: What colors do you love, and who has them? (Of course, nobody will judge you if they’re not from the cleaner lines too.)

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