In today’s ever changing world of fashion, new trends appear and disappear with the seasons. What’s more, the list of fashion essentials to which trend predictions are being made seems to grow each season. It used to be that nail polish was nail polish. You could choose from pinks and red and neutral tones, with more exciting and extreme colors added in the 1990’s.
However, your personal preference drove your nail polish color choices. That has all changed now with nail polish colors having joined that ranks of the trendy, what’s hot and what’s not, legion. So, what does Spring 2009 hold for we fashion forward, lacquer lovers when comes to trendy nail polish colors? Let’s have a look.
Navy Blue Is The New Black
Black nail polish was the color flying off of the shelves in the Fall of 2008, continuing on into the winter of 2009. Now that Spring 2009 is nearly upon us, it’s time to lighten up just a bit. Look for navy blue nail polishes to be the newest, hottest, nail polish color trend this season. Chanel’s Blue Satin, a luxurious, deep blue polish it being touted as the navy blue to have. But at the cost $19 for a bottle of this precious nail polish-one that is already in limited supply-looking for alternative navy blue nail polishes for Spring 2009 seems prudent.
Essie’s Mesmerize nail polish has been introduced for the Spring of 2009, and it’s a true blue winner in a more moderate royal blue shade. Mesmerize can be found at essie.com for $9, but look to brightonbeautysupply.com to find this mesmerizing, deep blue nail polish, for a mere $4.80. Opi’s Russian Navy Blue nail polish produces a very solid, deep navy blue and it can be found at prices as low as $5.95, also on eBay. Check out ulta.com for Rimmel’s Fast Play navy blue, Night Before. With Night Before costing less than $2, rocking the Spring 2009 navy blue nail polish trend doesn’t need to leave you singing the blues.
Pick A Raspberry
You can’t go wrong in the Spring of 2009 by picking a raspberry nail polish color. A raspberry toned nail polish may be the perfect choice for those who feel that navy blue is a bit to dramatic. Not quite pink and not quite red, raspberry polishes will suit most women tempered tastes.
OPI’s California Raspberry is a true pinkish red raspberry; a more traditional raspberry. Raspberry Festival from the China Glaze Summer Days collection is a daring ,orange-red raspberry. Essie’s Raspberry #089 is a gorgeous, purple-red raspberry, so rest assured that you can find a raspberry nail polish for the Spring of 2009 trend that will match you skin tone and your whims. All of these juicy raspberry nail polish are affordable, too, with the OPI nail polish available on eBay for $5.99, the China Glaze nail polish also at 5.99 on eBay. The Essie raspberry nail polish at the delightful price of $4.29 at www.justbeautysupplies.com is decidedly a berry sweet deal.
Coral Is Everywhere
It’s true. Dive deeper into the nail polish color trends for Spring 2009, and coral is everywhere. OPI’s newly introduced South Beach nail polish collection is leading the pack when it comes to choices in coral toned nail polish. Conga-Line Coral is a hot orange-rose coral with a hint of shimmer, while OPI On Collins Avenue is a deeper, red-orange creme. Both of these Spring 2009 coral nail polishes can be purchased at www.nailspasupply.com for $5.25, or on the OPI website if you want to pay more.
Forsythe Yacht Club Sexsea is a sizzling orange-red coral at the very reasonable price of $2.95 at www.brightonbeautysupply.com. Nubar offers the lovely Red Sea Coral, a bright, true, pink coral, and is part of Nubar’s The Corals Collection for Spring 2009. The Corals Collection offers 8 different coral toned nail polishes, and Nubar nail polishes are free of toluene, formaldehyde and phthalate., three cancer linked chemicals. You can purchase these corals by the bottle at around $7. Or, buy the whole Corals Collection set for $45 at www.buynubar.com. You’ll be all set without getting sea sick.
Lavender and Pink, Too
If you are wondering where the pastel nail colors are, trend-wise, in the Spring 2009, they are certainly there. Women with more mature hands may shy away from the bold Spring 2009 nail polish trend but will fall in love with some of the glorious pastels. Zoya nail polish, in the very feminine, Malia, is a wear all pastel lavender as light as a Spring day. Priced at $6.00 at www.artofbeauty.com it will steal your heart.
For those looking for the perfect pastel pink, OPI’s Japanese Garden, from the Far East Collection will put an end to your search. This very wearable pastel nail polish is a sweet, true pink and will whisper Spring rather than scream it. Find this pretty pink at www.drugstore.com for the price of $8.50.
As you can see, the Spring 2009 color trends for nail polish offer something for everyone who wants to stay on top of fashion trends without going under, in debt. Whether you choose a bold, deep color, or a fresh, floral pastel, a colorful Spring 2009 will easily be at your fingertips.