Still on a high from the Bank Holiday’s hot weather? Us too! The sun might’ve disappeared again but our love for all things summer is still going strong. We’re in the middle of giving our wardrobes a much needed S/S18 update so we’ll soon be moving onto our beauty regime. Nails are the easiest way to inject a hint of summer into your look so check out the shades below to give your talons a summery revamp…

Move on from all over holographic nails by opting for a minimal stripe through a candy colour. It’s still got the same light-catching quality so everyone’s gaze will remain firmly on your fingers.

Once the ice-cream man makes an appearance on our street, our healthy eating habits go straight out of the window! You can’t beat a classic vanilla cone with sprinkles and strawberry sauce so translate the topping into your beauty look via sprinkle inspired nail art. We can’t be held responsible if you start craving ice-cream whenever you catch a glimpse of your mani…

Glossy red nails never go out of style but this summer, opt for tangy orange tips! Leaving a half-moon free of varnish adds a modern twist to the classic mani.

Manifesting 💐

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Why wear one sorbet shade when you could nail five of ’em? Do like Aemilia and go all out with a different shade on each finger – short and squared off nails pull these colours off best.

A slick of white NV paired with sunkissed skin can look surprisingly fresh – just be sure to polish off your mani with some subtle nail art (think stripes or polka dots) to keep it from verging into Tipp-Ex territory.

Lovin’ the all over white nail? See how Looker users are injecting the shade into their summer wardrobes here.

 

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